The first is simply a display of the current time and temperature in Smithfield, Pennsylvania. The time given is the time you open the page, not the current time. It may be useful to insure the other data is fresh.
Below that is a summary of the current solar activity. The first box gives the status of X-rays eminating from the sun, the second is the amount of geomagnetic activity reported. Both of these are general summaries. Below is a link to NASA which provides the same information in much greater detail. This will open in a new page containing several graphs and charts. Closing that page will return you here.
Current lunar phase is displayed in the next box, as well as the current date and time.
The bottom box provides a link to another site which will give a 6-day forecast of RF propogation, that is the probability of skip and other radio interference worldwide.
On the right are two globes, one the north polar region the other the southern. They display the current status of the auroras. If the bright central (Dark blue/red) areas extend to your latitude, it might be advisable for you to take a look outside after dark, you may be able to see the northern or southern lights.
The link at the center of this side will display a graphic of the area where the Auroras might be seen over North America. Optional pages are also available for other areas of the world.
The bottom three dials display the solar wind. The first is its magnetic field components, the second its speed as it leaves the sun, the third its dynamic pressure. These values will be affected by solar flares which can disrupt magnetic activity on earth as they pass by.