Anyway,here from Solen -
The geomagnetic field was very quiet on December 5. Solar wind speed at SOHO ranged between 341 and 422 km/s
The background x-ray flux was at the class B1 level.
At midnight UTC the visible solar disk had 7 spotted active regions (in 2K resolution SDO images).
Region 11621 [N15W70] decayed further and could become spotless before rotating out of view.
Region 11623 [N08W33] added a few tiny spots and has weak polarity intermixing.
Region 11625 [N12W34] decayed slowly and quietly.
Region 11626 [N12E11] decayed slowly and could soon become spotless.New region 11627 [S15W08] emerged on December 3 and was numbered by SWPC 2 days later. The region decayed slowly on Dec.5.
New region 11628 [N11E65] rotated into view on December 4 and got its NOAA number one day later.
Spotted regions not numbered by NOAA/SWPC:
New region S2094 [N20E41] emerged with a tiny spot. [link to www.solen.info
Take a look at the regions [link to www.solen.info
] <--- Really,Sunspots?
Look more like plages to me,think maybe someone is trying to weight the Sunspot Number!?