We also get the reverse at sunset -
During the 1994 - 1996 seasons, it was not that uncommon to get TA's
showing up at 3 PM in the afternoon in early winter...
Or Trans-pacifics hanging in until 9 or 10 AM in the morning.
Location - location.
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 3:54 PM, <d1028g...@comcast.net> wrote:
> Richard and Bill,
> Sunrise enhancement isn't always guaranteed, even here on the west coast.
> What we usually have during the TP-DX season is somewhat boosted
> transoceanic reception starting at the first sign of daylight, and
> continuing for different durations, occasionally until bright sunshine is
> in effect (on the best days).
> Sunrise enhancement at the inland home locations of the west coast
> TP-DXers is rarely as good as what is possible on the ocean coast, where it
> can continue for two hours or more (especially during exceptional
> conditions). The Victoria DXers' version of sunrise enhancement also seems
> to be more generous and longer-lasting than the Puyallup version,
> presumably because of their proximity to salt water.
> 73, Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA)
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