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  1. The K7RA Solar Update

    Sunspot numbers were lower again this week, with the average
    declining from 143.6 two weeks ago to 118.7 last week and now 68
    this week. Average daily solar flux sank 8 points from 153.6 last
    week to 145.6.

    Six new sunspot groups emerged over the week, one on March 17,
    another March 18, three more on March 19, one more on March 21 and
    another on March 22.

    Predicted solar flux is 150, 145 and 145 on Ma...

  2. CT Governor Proclaims April 16 – 22 Amateur Radio Recognition Week

  3. Amateur Radio Included in FEMA Guide for National Emergency Preparedness

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released a final version (March 2023) of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Functional Guidance. The guidance, which provides a framework for communications resources within incident management, officially includes support from amateur radio operators. The expanded Communications Unit...

  4. Tornado Season and Amateur Radio

    Tornado season is fast approaching, and amateur radio operators will again play a key role in helping the National Weather Service (NWS) issue accurate and timely warnings. In fact, March through May is considered the most active period for tornadoes to develop.

    The NWS reports there have already been 255 preliminary filtered reported tornadoes and 213 confirmed tornadoes in the United States in...

  5. The K7RA Solar Update

    Six new sunspot groups emerged over the past week, two on March 9,
    another on March 10, one more on March 12, and another two on March

    Sunspot numbers and solar flux declined this week.

    Average daily sunspot numbers softened from 143.6 to 118.7, and
    average daily solar flux from 181.6 to 153.6.

    Predicted solar flux is 135, 140, 138, and 135 on March 17-20, then
    132, 132 and 130 on March 21-23, 155...


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