Updated 11/4/2013 @ 12:00 UTCSolar Update
Good morning. Solar activity is currently low with minor C-Class flares detected within the past 24 hours. Sunspot 1884 continues to decay in both size and magnetic complexity and has a declining chance for moderate flare activity. Sunspot 1887 located in the northern hemisphere continues to slowly expand and could produce at least C-Class solar flares. The largest visible Earth facing region, sunspot 1890 located in the southeast quadrant may produce an isolated M-Class event within the next 24 hours. All other regions are currently stable. A CME is visible in the latest coronagraph imagery and was the result of a farsided eruption around old sunspot 1875. This will have no impact on our planet.