Weeks of significant solar events trigger Geomagnetic Storm Watch by the National Weather Service.
Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) forecasts additional geomagnetic storms post-recent northern lights display.
Coronal mass ejections (CMEs), massive sun eruptions, typically cause geomagnetic storms, impacting power grids and satellites.
G2 and G1 storms are forecasted for Sunday and Monday, with potential disruptions to critical infrastructure.
The recent G3 storm allowed southern auroras in Arizona and Texas to reach "strong" levels.
Solar activity follows an 11-year cycle, approaching a solar maximum in 2024, increasing CME events.
Despite recent solar activity, experts reassure the public about existing mitigation measures.
Forecasters use the Deep Space Climate Observatory to monitor solar activity for timely warnings.