After another disappointing session on 474.2kHz WSPR overnight with lots of spots from G6AVK and PA3ABK/2 but from no-one else, I have returned to 10m WSPR this morning.
Like yesterday, things have started off very quietly, probably as solar activity is just beginning to go past the peak and we are moving towards summertime conditions (less E-W and more N-S plus EU Es activity). The solar forecast is for "normal" HF conditions with a sunspot count of 127. K=2. No doubt the usual suspects will be visible soon?
UPDATE 0906z: Just spotted my PC was not connected to the internet - now corrected. FR1GZ (9724km) has been seen multiple times and has copied me too. This is N-S propagation. No signs yet of EX1UN who was a consistent signal on 10m yesterday.
UPDATE 1020z: UA9OTW (5136km) is a decent signal with 1W.
UPDATE 1242z: No sign of any stateside stations yet, but a -2dB S/N report from LZ1OI .
UPDATE 1346z: At last USA stations are appearing on 10m. The transatlantic 10m path is open today. N5CSC (8009km) has exchanged spots with me. There are others too. I am still using 2W.
UPDATE 1704z: 10m still well open to the USA.
UPDATE 1848z: This was the last time I noted transatlantic signals here this eveing.
UPDATE 2020z: Still good 10m signals from EA8/LA3JJ (500mW) coming through although a few minutes later the band seems to have closed for any DX.