Over the course of the day I managed to work stations on all bands except 10m, which was far too noisy to work anything if they were there.
Sunday morning, after our Ham Breakfast, I fired up the WSPR and started off on 20m with 500mW. Lots of stations across NA and Europe reporting hearing me, I was quite surprised actually.
After about an hour I switched to 15m, and while I did make a cross-Atlantic contact into the Netherlands, it was mainly NA contacts.
40m wasn't too bad, but no hits were received from anywhere other than NA. No cross Atlantic traffic at all.
Just for the record, the propagation at 2146 UTC Saturday was: SFI-86, SN-61, A Index-10, and K Index-3. Sunday, at 0119 UTC was: SFI-86, SN-61, A Index-11, and K Index-4.
|20m at 1630 UTC, 22 January|
|15m at 1730 UTC, 22 January|
|40m at 1810 UTC, 22 January|