Kicking Off Spring With Snow, Wind & Rain, Earthquakes, Solar Flares & More! GSM News
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Updated: Today at 2333 UT
GSM WORLD NEWS
C4.8 solar flare erupts from AR 2736, full-halo CME produced
Solar flare measuring C4.8 at its peak erupted from newly-emerged AR 2736 on March 20, 2019. The eruption started at 10:35, peaked at 11:18 and ended at 11:34 UTC. The region was also responsible for several B-class flares over the past 7 hours.
Strong M6.2 earthquake hits near Ambae, Vanuatu
A strong earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.2 hit near the coast of Ambae, Vanuatu at 15:23 UTC on March 20, 2019 at a depth of 125.4 km (78 miles). EMSC is reporting M6.2 at a depth of 134 km (83 miles).
CEI Leads Coalition Letter on Commission on Climate Security
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UK carbon emissions down six years in a row
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Thousands Still Trapped After Cyclone Idai, 900 Rescued in Mozambique as Floodwaters Begin to Recede
Miserable Northeast Coastal Storm to Kick Off Spring With Rain, Interior Snow and Wind
At a Glance
- An area of low pressure will likely impact the Northeast during the first couple of days of spring.
- Rain is the main impact for coastal locations.
- Snow is expected in the interior Northeast, particularly over the higher terrain.
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