Earth’s Magnetic Field is unsettled on Oct. 14th (Today) following a lengthy G1-Class Geomagnetic Storm the day before. While the storm of Oct. 13th subsides, another may be in the offing: NOAA forecasters estimate a 55% chance of polar Geo-Magnetic storms on Oct. 14-15 in response to an incoming Solar Wind stream. High-latitude sky watchers should remain alert for Auroras tonight.An active sunspot located just over the sun’s northeastern limb exploded during the early hours of Oct. 14th. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory photographed a bright loop of hot plasma twisting over the blast site.The eruption hurled a coronal mass ejection into space. The cloud will not affect Earth because our planet was not in the line of fire. Future Eruptions, however, might be geoeffective. The sun’s rotation is about to bring the sunspot onto the Earthside of the sun where we could become targets for future Solar Flares.