Thursday, July 21, 2016

Heat Wave Could Bring Unusual TV, Radio Reception

The summer heat wave could bring unusual reception to TV's and radios in the Northland.

A phenomenon known as tropospheric ducting often accompanies hot summertime weather. The tropospheric layer of the atmosphere can help TV and radio signals travel hundreds of miles farther than normal, sometimes bringing all-day reception of distant signals.

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