Hello everyone and happy Wednesday!! Today was a bitter sweet day. It was an overall good day but my heart was sad today. One year ago on this day we lost an amazing little girl from our lives. I am thankful that the people that knew her got a guardian angel but sad that she left this world far to soon. We love you and miss you Baby Darling. Keep us all safe sweet girl.
The sun unleashed one of the biggest flares ever seen during its current activity cycle late Tuesday — an X5.4-class outburst strong enough to trigger a radio blackout. The resulting geomagnetic storm could affect electrical grids, communication links, satellite navigation systems and airline schedules over the next couple of days. The big question is, what effect will this solar activity have on Earth? The solar blasts threw off waves of electrically charged particles known as coronal mass ejections, or CMEs. Those waves are now speeding outward, and space-weather forecasters expect them to touch off strong geomagnetic storms when they interact with Earth's magnetic field late Wednesday and early Thursday.