Both WB9LYH and KA0KYZ are on tomorrow night for the long-range 2m nets. If either has thunderstorm problems, we’ll advise here, shortly before the nets start.
WB9LYH is on 144.240, and starts out looking NE toward the U.P. of MI, then goes slowly clockwise, or to his E, SE, S, SW, W, NW and N. He typically doesn’t look SW or W until at least 0130-0140.
KA0KYZ has been involved for over a month now, and he gives reach to areas that might be beyond WB9LYH’s. At 0100Z, KA0KYZ looks S, SW, W, NW and N from his good EN33 QTH. So he’s covering IA, MO, KS, NE, MN and the Dakotas. Again, KA0KYZ is on 144.230.
WB9LYH and KA0KYZ don’t step on each other because 1) they’re 10 kc apart and 2) they aren’t looking toward the same places at the same time.
Remember the best way to keep track of what all is going on is via the on4kst.com chat. It’s free, no BS and most folks are registered in less than 10 minutes. Choose the IARU Region 2 room for 144-432 MHz and visit anytime, but especially on Wed. nights.