by Mitch Battros – Earth Changes Media February 14th, 2014
Thirteen M-class flares have released from one sunspot in the last 48 hours and more are expected. Sunspot 1974 is large and is situated along the central meridian of the Sun, as a result solar events will be Earth directed.
There are two more sunspot groups which are also rotating along the Sun’s central meridian. Sunspots 1977 and 1976 present delta-eta configuration indicating the potential for X-class and M-class flares. Events from these groups will also be Earth directed for the next 72+ hours.
A coronal hole has developed in the northern hemisphere and is contributing to the amount of charged particles being released. At least two CMEs (coronal mass ejections) are associated with region 1974, one of which was a weak halo event.
Watch for the continuation extreme weather events such as rapid temperature shifts, high winds, also increased earthquake and volcanic activity.