CME Hits Earth on Thursday, Earthquake Watch Opens Tuesday
WS Staff Reporter
(TheWeatherSpace.com) - Simulations of a coronal mass ejection (CME) show the impact arrival of such on January 17th. This coincides with Senior Meteorologist Kevin Martin's window for an earthquake in North America.
The Sun is acting up again, with large sunspots moving across the solar disk. The sunspots are powerful enough for x-class solar flares, the most powerful of them all.
While a 10% chance is now given for such a flare, one is already on the way. This should impact on January 17th and go into the 18th. As it does so, aurora will be likely in the middle to upper north and south latitude locations.
Strangely, this coincides with Martin's earthquake window.
"Using HS network and my own theory (posted here), we are getting close to the next larger quake in the Western North America region between Mexico and Alaska," said Martin. "because the CME from the Sun is joining in during the quake window, all indicators are showing up."
Because all indications are showing up, Martin says it is "go time" for unsettled seismic activity.
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