Buckeyes, was the activity you saw high up enough in frequency for FM?
I was checking the DX Sherlock site a lot late this afternoon and although there were a lot of Es clouds over the eastern third of the country, none I saw anyway were above even 70 mhz.
I'm disappointed in this year's E Skip season so far.
The MUF was at 72 MHz most of the time, but on one particular page refresh it did show the MUF at 86 MHz (for the single hops). The double hops to Colombia and Venezuela were in the 6-meter ham band.
Do double-hop E-skips always have a lower MUF than the single hops or can they have the same MUF?
Looks like right now, no activity on 50 MHz or above. F2 opening in and around the 10-meter ham band right now from just west of El Paso to central and eastern Europe.