You might be noting some 'extreme weather' in the form of tornadoes, etc., across the country today...or some 'other' day, for that matter.
I just want to point out that this correlates with some unstable 'space weather'...the energy of which is hitting the earth from the sun.
Overall, our 'sun' is in what we call at a 'Solar Minimum'. What this means is that while overall sun activity (in the form of solar flares and concurrent x-ray, electrical, proton, radio and other energy forms) occurs less frequently...the 'flare-ups' often stronger when they do occur.
As I have detailed in my 'Tutorials' (click below), when solar energy from a solar eruption manages to hit our planet, it is manifested in many ways, such as earthquakes, storms, tornadoes, etc.
Don't forget that the earth, itself, is the source of energy from down below the earth's crust, all the way down to it's core. This 'earth energy' can combine with the 'geomagnetic storm energy' from the sun, resulting in earthquakes and the 'geomagnetic storms' of movie fame.
Sometimes there is a 'lag period' of several days before we 'notice' anything here...and sometimes there is hardly any lag period at all. Many factors enter into play, as you will learn.
Above is the 'planetary Kp index' of the last couple of days. LINK: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/kp_3d.html Those 'yellow bars' represent 'energy' contributing to today's unstable weather (tornadoes in particular). Whatever seismic activity there may be on earth today stands the chance of being at least a little bit intensified by the energy hitting earth from the sun, to be sure.
Be sure to check NOAA's "Current Space Weather Warnings in effect" if you detect some foul weather coming your way so that you can judge for yourself how intense the activity might be for you and your loved ones locally.
LINK: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/alerts/warnings_timeline.html Here's today's Space Weather Warnings in effect:
May God Bless You and Your Loved Ones at all times
Reverend Barbara Sexton
"The Biblical Biochemist-Where Science Meets the Cross"