From the low energy protons (bottom) it's clear the incoming #solarstorm passed south of Earth. There's a rise of particles, but the peak isnt sharp (a clue the shock is nearby but missed us). Both magnetic field & plasma show "wake" of a nearby solar storm but not a direct hit.
Twin Flare! Regions 3004 and 3007 both fire at the same time (left image) causing a combined M2.2-class flare. A long-duration R1 #RadioBlackout is ongoing so expect HF radio propagation issues on Earth's dayside & #GPS reception issues near dawn & dusk (colored regions on map).
The latest X1.5 flare from AR 13006 was eruptive, marked by a gorgeous coronal wave.
But the possible effect on Earth may need professional evaluation by @TamithaSkov @erikapal and @chrisoutofspace . This may be only a glancing blow as the CME was largely directed south. https://twitter.com/judithdepatoul/status/1524055379797229568
After no less than 12 M-class flares,1 X-class flare, 3 Radiations storms, and 2 Earth-directed Solar storms, region 2975 finally rotates behind the West limb of the Sun. If only that meant solar activity