June 2017: Ionospheric Propagation Predictions

At the end of May there were 4 class B flares and on day 27th one of the Coronal Mass Emission (CME) hit the Earth, causing a sudden rise in the geomagnetic field. So the propagation has undergone a rather marked degradation.
June’s solar activity should be very low with a chance of C-class stream activity throughout the month.
No further CMEs and consequent agitation of the geomagnetic field can be excluded, typical events of the continuous decaying Solar cycle.
The propagation of June will be rather poor with E-Sporadic events, typical of the season, so there will be blanketing effects during daylight hours.

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