A rare occurrence of the geomagnetic Solar Storm can mess up the electronics and GPS systems, but it would get under the radar as it is not visible with the naked eye. According to the report published by the renowned FoxNews outlet, you won’t be able to even get a sniff of it until it gets irrevocable.
The Space Weather Prediction Center rated it as a G-3 event. The geomagnetic Solar Storm entered the Earth’s surface late midnight at 12:43 AM. While the tremors and the magnitude reflect the convention of a colossal event, it is not as trepidatious as the G5 geomagnetic storms, which almost obliterate electronic systems.
The impact- how the geomagnetic Solar Storm leaves a hefty impact on electronics, and how severe implications would arise in the foreseeable future? Anyone who is managing a power grid today will likely tell you about unusual voltage fluctuations that are caused by the sun’s energy interactions. That event can cause transformers to blow out which could lead to local power outages.
The concerning point of the whole dilemma is that these types of disruptions of rare and usually rescinded in the northern regions of the globe. It gets to a point where people need to have prior knowledge about the type of destruction it may cause to the electronic devices, and what possibly could be the repercussions across the industry.