Hi agn Steve thanks for that. It's nice to know that my "wet finger" does
define the right direction for the wind sometimes !! Unfortunately I was
wrong about the "last fling" as we got a minor storm ( and a second C£
flare) late today which shoved the Kp up to 5 and the DST to -55 again. I
think this should not have effect before Monday night and will probably
Cheers de Alan G3NYK
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve McDonald" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: 12 June 2005 17:46
Subject: LF: Re: Re: CFH (11/12 June)
> This indicates to me that there are few "spare" electrons in the
> Equatorial Ring Current to be precipitated or exchanged with the
> These hot electrons are the ones that cause night-time absorption at LF
> and aurora), so night-times paths should be good at the moment.
I also noted much improved LF condx here last night as well. The nightly
check of my E-W ndb prop indicators has been discouraging for the past 3
weeks but last night they were all there, with good signal strengths.
definitely took a turn for the better yesterday!
Steve / VE7SL