Our Sun gives us a mixed bag this week with several glancing blows from solar storms and some R1-R2-level radio blackouts. Most of the activity is due to region 3354, which is continuing to make its way across the earth-facing disk and will rotate to the Sun’s farside in about four days. Aurora photographers at high latitudes should get a good chance for aurora with these glancing blows along with a small pocket of fast solar wind sandwiched in between them. However, aurora photographers at mid-latitudes may have a harder time, especially with the bright full moon competing with dim aurora. Amateur radio operators should continue to expect a lot of noise on the radio bands on Earth’s dayside along with short-lived radio blackouts and GPS users need to stay vigilant for reception issues, especially near dawn, dusk, and anywhere near aurora on the nightside. Learn the details of the activity from region 3354, see when aurora may be visible and find out what else our Sun has in store.