K-indices were more or less back to normal today, but the ionosphere is still a bit "bumpy" - with some surprising results. Trans-Atlantic signals began to appear a while before 01:00, and they didn't really fade out until the afternoon - although the stations heard then were common. There was a rush towards the south around 0300 to 0400 UTC with some remarkable signals from Mexican stations. Super signals noted from stations as XERE-920, XEOY-1000, XERDO-1060 under a massive XEEP, XESP-1070 and XETUL-1080.
The ionospheric changes also enhances European stations, so splatter is more of a problem now.
NAs noted were KMBZ-980, KERN-1180, KIRX-1450 and KDCC-1550. Looks like it's all about Kansas and Missouri in this period.
Quite OK conditions in the afternoon with some NZL (1035, 1106, 1296) and AUS (630 very strong) signals, and also some interesting stuff from Japan like JOTC NHK-2 1521
Dinner was tapas & sausages for starters, served with home-made flatbread (special delivery from Ole's wife Kari). Main course was a quite spicy fish soup, and we rounded off with chocolate pudding with custard.
Weather: Until late evening very much the same as before. Overnight the temperature dropped to 1 Celsius and rain turned to sleet. It should stay above freezing the coming days, but only barely so.