This flare seems to be the most significant solar event of solar cycle 24 so far.
There is a good chance that this event was accompanied by a major and fast CME.
SOHO LASCO images are not yet available.
As the flare site is right on the central solar meridian, a CME should be on a head on collisioncourse with earth magnetic field.
More infos will be posted, as they flow in.
The sunspot complex is still able to produce more major proton flares.
There was a wide full halo CME with this event. The speed is arround 1400 km/s. As normal CMEs slow down somewhat between sun and earth, the arrival time is calculated to be arround noon tomorrow (07/14).
give or take several hours.
Also the heliospheric current sheet, a region between different polarity solar magnetic field is incorporated in the CMEs plasma. This might lead to stronger effects at earth. A positive example for this is the storm of April 6th 2000.
Keep looking for more updates, as they become available.