Add to this the fact that sunspot 1619 is now directly earth facing and might be putting on it's dancing shoes too.
We have one CME impact incoming later today, and they're expecting a mild to moderate geomagnetic storm to match, but we're also expecting at least one, and most likely two more CMEs to directly impact Earth tomorrow raising the probability of geomagnetic storms in the higher range.
As SuspiciousObservers notes in his update today (video below) there was another instability on our lovely Sol yesterday that released yet another CME- directly earth facing, which makes this a triple event.
With everything else that's going on, this could be a very interesting weekend my friends.
Updated 11/23/2012 @ 04:45 UTC
Geomagnetic Storm Watch
Thanks to multiple eruptions on the Earth facing side of the Sun, two Coronal Mass Ejections appear to be somewhat Earth directed. The first CME impact is expected during the day on Friday. Minor to Moderate geomagnetic storming will be possible heading into Saturday when the 2nd impact is expected. Stay Tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information.