The geomagnetic field continues to be very active but so has 630-meters. Below is a 24-hour map showing all of this activity:
Noise levels were generally pretty good in the central US overnight although a few stations on both coasts commented that their noise levels were higher than normal.
W1TAG/1 was the recipient of trans-Atlantic signals from both DF6NM and DH5RAE while VE1VDM only heard DH5RAE. I had to check the records carefully to ensure that DH5RAE had, in fact, made it across, as he often reports on the wrong band.
Eden, ZF1EJ, reported a full compliment of stations across North America.
In the pacific, Merv, WH2XCR, reported ten stations, including a single ping for VK3ELV. Clearly conditions have been impacted by the recent solar activity, given the single report from VK.
This morning yielded a morning CW sked with Steve, KF5RYI / WG2XIQ/1. Signals were strong and stable as usual. On Saturdays we try to meet a little later so 1230z is a common meeting time on Saturdays while 1130z is more common on Sundays.