The overnight session was very active in spite of a series of solar flares, solar wind, and at least one CME that might be earth directed. The previous week has spoiled us with very quiet solar weather conditions that resulted in a lot of very impressive S/N numbers, including trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific paths but now we are seeing G1 and R2 storm levels so the next few days could be hit of miss with forecast K-index levels of 5.
In the east, W1TAG/1 and WD2XSH/17 continue to have good luck hearing Europeans, both reporting DF6NM and DK7FC.
ZF1EJ produced many of the usual suspects, with the return or WG2XJM and the loss of WH2XGP. Perhaps Eden moved the antenna?
In the Pacific, WH2XCR continues to produce very nice result, with continued reports to the lower-48, KL7, and a few reports of VK3ELV.
There was no CW sked last night or this morning due to a scheduling conflict with me and Steve, KF5RYI / WG2XIQ/1. We hope to get back on schedule tonight.