Following an opening in the Sun, a solar storm is expected to reach Earth.

According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the G1 storm may cause power system disruptions, impair satellites, and disturb animal migrations. 

Nevertheless, they are small compared to the consequences that may be had during geomagnetic storms, which are much more likely to occur. 

As a consequence of a hole in our star, such circumstances are "likely" to occur on Wednesday, August 3rd.

In ultraviolet and X-ray photographs of the Sun, coronal holes may be seen as black areas.

The solar wind is more readily able to escape from these regions because they are colder and less dense than the rest of our star.

Flows of rapid solar wind may be ejected from the Sun and may be directed at Earth, as well.

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