Yes the solar minimum approaches and ham radio operators around the world (including me) rejoice!
There is a Geomagnetic Storm watch out for today. The storm is a rather mild G1 event resulting from an increase in the solar wind due to an isolated, positive polarity coronal hole high speed stream (CH HSS). Mild as it may be, there could still be auroras visible from possibly 45 degrees north and south onward to each of the poles, so if you have clear dark skies have a look.
More info at the US Space Weather Prediction Service
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center has an excellent Solar Physics page about the sun spot cycle.