According to the expert, in the second half of tomorrow, geomagnetic disturbances in the form of geomagnetic storms are possible.
"But the main peak, presumably, will still be on December 1. This is due to the fact that on November 27, solar plasma emissions were recorded, four of which - especially large - began to spread towards the Earth. A day later, on November 28, a solar flare was recorded, which was accompanied by a rapid and large ejection towards the Earth. Thus, a series of events is sent to us from the Sun and, according to experts, these events in the form of clumps of plasma of solar matter should interact and make a common complicated event, which should approximately come tomorrow evening or in the afternoon," Abunin said.
He noted that the geomagnetic disturbance "can be seen for several days."
"Our experts are assessing (the upcoming phenomenon. — RT) as a large storm Kp7 or as a very large magnetic storm Kp8. For the current time, this is normal, since we are now at the maximum of solar activity," the RT interlocutor added.
According to him, on December 1, a coronal hole will come to the center of the solar disk.
"It starts to release air from there towards the Earth. And in about 3-4 days, about December 4-5, we will feel another geomagnetic instability," Abunin concluded.
Earlier, therapist Lyudmila Lapa, in an interview with RT, told how to survive a magnetic storm.
According to her, blood vessels are susceptible to the influence of magnetic storms, as their uncontrolled "narrowing and expansion" can occur.