Southward propagating LSTID were detected last night over Europe by the @obsebre HF Interferometry method. Visit @Tech_TIDE Warning System for more details.
Federico Da Dalt from @rheagroup for @esa presents an introduction to the ESA S2P Space Weather Service Network and TIDs detection highly related with @Tech_TIDE products. Visit http://swe.ssa.esa.int/
Klaus Sievers, from @vcockpit, presents Satnav issues and Space Weather for aviation. Very interesting contributio for @Tech_TIDE. See http://techtide.space.noa.gr/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Techtide_KS.pdf
Looking more on the possible TID drivers I have discovered the message below issued by the DONKI/CCMC :
Based on preliminary heliospheric modeling carried out at NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center/Space Weather Research Center, it is
estimated that the CME may impact Parker Solar Probe (glancing blow) and STEREO B (glancing blow). The leading edge or flank of the CME
will reach Parker Solar Probe at 2019-04-23T18:00Z and STEREO B at 2019-04-25T16:00Z (plus minus 7 hours).
I see a strong expansion in the westward auroral electrojet around midnight of the 23 to 24 April. I attach the IL plot from the IMAGE magnetometer network. Such conditions can certainly trigger TID activity in European mid-latitudes.