Solar activity was at moderate levels during the past 24 hours with multiple C-class flares and an impulsive M1.2 flare. There were no radio signatures associated with the M-class flare that would suggest a coronal mass ejection (CME) was produced. Even if it was, the location of this region is still not favorable for Earth-directed CMEs.
C-class flare activity is expected over the next three days (July 9 - 11) with a chance for additional M-class flares.
M1.3 solar flare July 9, 2017 X-ray graph

M1.3 solar flare July 9, 2017 - 3-day X-ray graph
D-RAP 03:19 UTC on July 9, 2017 - M1.3 solar flare
Region 2665 has Beta magnetic configuration and is capable of producing more moderate to strong eruptions on the Sun. It exhibited minor penumbral growth and spot development over the past 24 hours along with some consolidation in the leader spot area.

Sunspots July 9, 2017
Sunspots on July 9, 2017. Credit: NASA SDO/HMI
Featured image: M1.3 solar flare on July 9, 2017. Credit: NASA SDO/AIA 131