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 would slow down. Nope! Believe it or not, big flares are still on the menu, at least for the next few days and we have yet another Earth-directed solar storm on the way! This means that even without region 2975, conditions remain much as they did last week! Learn the details of the coming solar storm, find out when and where aurora will be visible, see why amateur radio propagation remains good, GPS users still need to be vigilant when it comes to reception, and catch up on aurora highlights from all the recent solar storming! Want early access to these forecasts, tutorials on Space Weather, & more? Visit: