Here is a update from Solen on their Solar Status(I do not agree with all their observations,but they'll do)
The background x-ray flux was at the class B3 level.
At midnight UTC the visible solar disk had 6 spotted active regions (in 2K resolution SDO images).
Region 11620 [S13W71] decayed in the trailing and intermediate spot sections and lost the magnetic delta structure. There's still a chance of an M class event as the region rotates to and around the southwest limb.
Region 11621 [N15E11] decayed slowly and was quiet.
Region 11623 [N08E48] was mostly quiet and displayed little change.
New region 11625 [N13E48] emerged on November 28 and developed further on Nov.29 when it was numbered by SWPC.
Spotted regions not numbered by NOAA/SWPC:
S2084 [N09W23] was quiet and stable.
New region S2085 [S02E07] emerged with a tiny spot.A bipolar reversed polarities region emerged at a high latitude and was located at N70E03 at midnight. No spots have been observed so far
Geo-magnetic Forecast -
The geomagnetic field is expected to be quiet to active on November 30 and December 1 due to a high speed stream from CH546. CMEs observed on Nov.27 could contribute to the geomagnetic disturbance as well. Quiet conditions are likely on December 2-3 [link to www.solen.info
Strangely they have forgotten to post their classifications for Sunspot Polarities as of this moment.