A National Weather Service tweet reminds us that thunderstorm season has returned to the United States Upper Midwest, and that means that the remote base HF stations WA0TDA, W0ZSW, and W0EQO may experience weather-related outages with little of no warning. Approaching storms may require the disconnection of antennas to avoid lightning damage.
Don't be surprised to wake to the sound of thunder this morning. Showers with a few embedded lightning strikes are lifting through Twin Cities early this morning.
— NWS Twin Cities (@NWSTwinCities) March 14, 2019