20th January

Solar activity reached low levels with a few isolated C-class flares.
The largest was a C3/Sf at 19/2048 UTC from Region 2266 (S06W12,
Dao/beta). Slight decay was observed in the smaller intermediate spots
of Region 2266. The rest of the spotted regions were stable or in
decay. No Earth-directed coronal mass ejections were observed during
the period.

Solar activity is expected to remain at very low levels, with a chance
for C-class flaring for the next three days (20-22 Jan).

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