Our Sun continues to keep us busy with two X-flare players on the Earth-facing Sun along with several filaments poised to erupt as they cross the Earth-Strike Zone. We already have one Earth-directed solar storm on its way to Earth that should give us a glancing blow by early May 9. This solar storm is expected to be pretty weak so the chance for aurora views may be limited to high latitudes, but with all the activity, we could easily see more chances for aurora over the next two weeks. Part of this is due to a new region that will be rotating more into Earth view of the next few days. This region is a solar storm producer and may be a big flare player as well. We will know more in the coming days. Amateur radio operators and GPS users should stay vigilant for radio blackouts on Earth’s dayside, where radio signals can be impacted. GPS users should be especially careful near dawn and dusk, where GPS reception is often troublesome anyway. Learn the details of the coming solar storm, watch the X-flare players, regions 3004 and 3006 in action, and see what else our Sun has in store! Want early access to these forecasts, tutorials on Space Weather, & more? Visit: https://patreon.com/SpaceweatherWoman