Spaceweather.com is reporting:

STRONG COMPRESSION OF EARTH’S MAGNETOSPHERE: As expected, a double CME hit Earth’s magnetic field on June 16th around 0900 UT. Intitially, the impact appeared to be weak, but now the effects are growing. Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab say the impact strongly compressed Earth’s magnetic field, directly exposing some geosynchronous satellites to solar wind plasma. Geomagnetic storms and auroras are possible in tthe hours ahead.

Model reupped, as the one in the monitor always changes. 🙂 VERY interesting event!