Photo here is an updated image of the visible solar disk on Friday morning.
Solar activity is currently at low levels. A minor C3.0 flare was detected at 11:51 UTC and was centered around Sunspot 1762 now rotating onto the southwest limb.
All other regions, including Sunspot 1765 which is now in a perfect geoeffective position remain stable.
A moderately strong solar flare reaching M5.9 was observed Friday evening around Sunspot 1762 off the southwest limb.
Because of the location near the limb, any associated CME would be directed mostly away from Earth.