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You should check the Forecast Discussion whenever you read about a CME. It will give good enough detail about what to expect! https://www.spaceweatherlive.com/en/reports/forecast-discussion

In summary, it's going to be just active enough for high latitude aurora watchers to potentially get a good few photos for the next night or two, but no more so than that. A lot of the urgency you may see in NOAA/NASA reports pertains to potential satellite impacts such as charging, degradation, or noise on sensors.

A G1 is by no means devastating, don't worry. 

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Like Christopher says, a G1 geomagnetic storm is just a minor geomagnetic storm. Nothing to be scared of, these kind of storms can happen like every other day at solar maximum! We actually posted a bit about this CME on our Facebook page, it looks like it missed our planet. Check https://www.facebook.com/SpaceWeatherLive

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