Long-Range 2m Nets for Wed. 7/27 are ON. Will K8TQK EM89je Have Great Tropo?

   Bands have been pretty darn good for most of the past few weeks now.   Hope many of you have gotten on, called CQ, and enjoyed the DX possibilities. 
   Our Wed. night nets are ON tomorrow night.  Full details are available a bit down this page, on the July 18th post.  Go there and you’ll see various ways to get more out of your VHF’ing time, plus improve the overall health of our bands.   In fact, I made a number of strong updates last week.  If you only visit this website once or twice a month, you can miss a lot.  I’d say visiting here for at least a few minutes, once or twice a week is optimum. 

   A note about tomorrow night’s nets — Thunderstorms may be an issue.  The current forecasts for SE MN and most of WI say that thunderstorms are likely tomorrow night.   Could be that WB9LYH in EN54 and KA0KYZ in EN33 might not be able to go.  So stay flexible, and monitor the ON4KST.com chat.  That’s the best place to monitor for real-time updates.  
   The areas that remain south of tomorrow’s thunderstorms will probably have good band enhancement.   This should be the case for much of the next 3-5 days. 
   K8TQK’s net Wed. night (from EM89je, south-central OH) on 144.250 @0030Z or 8:30pm eastern time could be a great one.  Bob’s weather should be perfect and the Hepburn Tropospheric Ducting Forecast maps look very favorable.   http://www.dxinfocentre.com/

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