Space Weather describes disturbances in the Earth’s upper atmosphere and magnetic field which have a variety of impacts on mankind and our technology.
For more details on the space weather scales used in these forecasts see the UK scales.
We also provide specific forecasts for authorities and organisations that prepare for and respond to risks such as space weather.
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|No. No. No. Only the most critical notification is shown in the table, lesser notifications of the same type are included in the total count shown in the 'No.' column.|
|Type represents the name of a notification.|
Level indicates the associated threshold which would be expected to trigger a notification.
You can find more detailed information at the UK scales webpage.
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Valid to date (HH:mm DD/MM) (hour:minute day/month) (warnings and watches only)
|All times are in UTC|
Forecasting space weather
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