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I'm an airline pilot who frequently flies in the northern latitudes.  I'm wondering what data should be monitored so that I can fly at a lower latitude or altitude when required.  Thanks.

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https://www.spaceweatherlive.com/en/archive.html gives us searchable dates and a calendar display for quickly referencing flares and geomagnetic disturbances.

It may be helpful if the calendar squares displayed rad storms, for instance on Mar 23rd we reached S2, so if there was a way to put S2 into the squares along with the other numbers, in a top corner for example, the calendar could be quickly referenced for days with rad storms. Otherwise we must check each day independently/blindly.

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