For the last 30 minutes I have been back on 10m WSPR. I hope 10m is as good as yesterday, which was very good on WSPR despite the low sunspot count and declining solar conditions.
WSPR is excellent in the declining 10m conditions. If there is a brief opening it will be found on 10m as long as people continue to use the band and mode. 10m is often open when the band seems dead. My strong recommendation is use WSPR. It only needs low power and can be run in the background. Using 10m WSPR really helps radio science.
UPDATE 1035z: No 10m spots as yet.
UPDATE 1220z: Still no 10m WSPR spots.
UPDATE 1900z: Just G8VDQ (93km) spotted lunchtime aided by aircraft reflection. No DX at all today here on 10m. After yesterday, a really disappointing day.