Weather?

#2
If you have good solid signals, and a good solid antenna system weather related signal fades should not be a significant problem.
Yes weather does play a factor in signal quality. I see weather related noise floor as probably the most significant factor. In wind, rain, snow, and even fog. When those little flakes, drops, or dust particles strike your antenna, or even each other there is a small electrical charge given off which can significantly raise the noise level. Temperature inversions can enhance UHF/VHF signal propagation.

Steve
 
#3
If you have good solid signals, and a good solid antenna system weather related signal fades should not be a significant problem.
Yes weather does play a factor in signal quality. I see weather related noise floor as probably the most significant factor. In wind, rain, snow, and even fog. When those little flakes, drops, or dust particles strike your antenna, or even each other there is a small electrical charge given off which can significantly raise the noise level. Temperature inversions can enhance UHF/VHF signal propagation.

Steve
 
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