First 6m Es today

Just exchanged WSPR spots around 1144z on 6m with CT1GVN (1798km) This is the first 6m Es seen here in a couple of days. Signals are strong both ways.

UPDATE 1251z:  Exchanging strong (Es) 6m WSPR spots with DL4MFC (916km). 9 spots exchanged so far by 1320z.

UPDATE 1304z:  Currently 44 WSPR stations active on 6m worldwide (same as active on 10m). 6m is a good band at this time of the year – Magic Band!

UPDATE 1422z:   No more 6m Es here since 1354z.  Probably will have to wait until teatime for more?

UPDATE 1655z:  Still no more 6m Es here since 1354z. 

Roger Lapthorn, G3XBM, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cambridge, England.

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