I don't know, but there are at least three groups that forecast space weather --
NOAA SWPC gives the official reports to the public.
NASA CCMC also runs forecasting for stuff (and people) in space, as they're not protected by the magnetosphere.
USAF has a group that does it for the exact reason in the article ... but I don't think they make theirs public.
The CCMC used to announce their storm forecasts on twitter ... but there was a time when they said a storm was going to be significant, and SWPC didn't ... after the kerfluffle, the CCMC was told not to announce their predictions to the public, as that's NOAA's job.
Luckily, there are a fair number of groups that would complain if they tried to cut out the forecasting -- airlines use to to protect their crew from increased radiation (they avoid polar flights during storms), and power companies use it to determine if they need to take precautions. Communications companies use them to determine if they need to 'safe' their satellites. And NASA uses 'em both for their satellites, and to warn astronauts to take shelter.