as previously been noted, we are approaching the Maunder Minimum, so Sunspot Activity is typically lower (and will reach a minimum around 2006. To the best of my knowledge there haven't been any suprises in the volume or coverage of sunspots in the last year at least. and while there were a few suprises during the Maximum (there was a double maximum, and the strongest flares since rating began in 1979), that was a number of years ago and shouldn't have any impact on the current weather.
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