A G3 (Strong) geomagnetic storm watch has been issued for 02 November (UTC day) and a G2 (Moderate) watch has been issued for 03 November as a recurrent coronal hole high speed stream is expected to disturb the Earth’s magnetic field.
As a result of this storm, highly active aurora is expected Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Weather permitting, aurora displays could be visible from Barrow to Kodiak, King Salmon and the Panhandle.

Other potential impacts from a solar storm this large include intermittent GPS problems, including loss-of-lock and increased range errors. Power systems may experience voltage irregularities and false alarms from protection devices may be triggered. High Frequency radio may be intermittent. Low Earth-orbit satellites could experience increased drag and orientation problems. The potential impacts of the storm are expected primarily pole-ward of 50 degrees latitude.

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