K-Index/Solar Data AURORAL indicators
The Current Planetary K Index
The Planetary K Index is the global geomagnetic storm index and is based on 3 hour measurements of the K-indices, range of 0-9 meaning higher is a probability of AURORA activity may be visible at high to mid latitudes.
The Current 10cm Solar Flux Data
Radio emissions from the Sun measured and recorderd at a wavelength of 10.7cm , with a range of 0-325+ the greater the number the better the probability of of auroral activity.
The A-Index Indices Data
Data Provided by http://services.swpc.noaa.gov
0 - 7 = quiet, 8 - 15 = unsettled,
16 - 29 = active , 30 - 49 = minor storm,
50 - 99 = major storm , 100 - 400 = severe storm