Does the sun affect storms?



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    Sunspots affect climate on earth, and when the storm generates coronal mass ejections they can cause geomagnetic storms on earth, where magnetic fields are uprooted. During violent storms on the sun itself, radiation makes it the whole way to earth, where it can sometimes interfere with radio broadcasts. So if you’re ever listening to the radio, and it suddenly goes fuzzy, just think that it might be due to nasty weather on the sun!

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