- June 13, 2018 at 8:56 pm #103129
This thread was in the old site. Sometimes weather influences how we construct and where we locate transmitting and
receiving antennas. Sometimes weather influences radio signal
weather is just weird.
Most people, especially radio people, like to talk
<p style=”text-align: left;”>about it.</p>
At 12:45 AM EDT in Hartford, CT it
is 60 F and humid. After several beautiful
days here things are getting unstable. I wonder if it will be raining when dawn comes in about 5 hours.
There may be typos in this.
Brooce, Hartford CT
<p style=”text-align: left;”></p>June 13, 2018 at 9:06 pm #103130
Typos? Gosh! I guess so!
Well, you know what I mean anyway.
Brooce. Micro 1700,
GNAT1580 and too many
Part 15 stations to mention.
Will I have any typos this time?June 15, 2018 at 9:02 am #103375Carl BlareParticipant
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Yesterday was the hottest day so far here in the midwaste so we switched-on our smallest window air conditioner in the world which brought room temperature 10-degrees below outside temperature.
Then 20% of thunderstorms turned into a wicked two hour storm that was extra violent about 50-miles south.
Today was cool enough to do outside work until the temperature started heading for a record high later today.
Oh look, I got a touch of poison ivy. That’s a weather thing, right?June 15, 2018 at 2:18 pm #103394
Sorry about the poison ivy Carl.
You could say it’s weather related. You wouldn’t have
been outside working in the yard if the weather had been bad. If there had been rain, for instance, you would not have been outside. Therefore – you would not have gotten the
poison ivy. Am I right? Well, um… (?)
I hope the weather doesn’t
get too crazy out there. I
know it can get unsuitable from
time to time.
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