Wi-Fi and Weather
Some months back, I bought a BT-Wi Fi Extender N300, to improve the coverage in a room added to our house, many years back., effectively outside the original main structure.
The N300 covers the 2.4 GHz Band only.
Generally, this has worked well, occasionally losing the main Wi-Fi signal about once per week but nothing to complain about.
Last Tuesday and Wednesday, 19th & 20th July 2016, the N300 Extender lost contact with the main 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi circuit frequently, at least around a dozen times that I am directly aware of.
Neither the main 2.4 GHz Circuit nor the main 5 GHz Circuit showed any problems over the same period.
Tuesday was hot (for FIFE) and apparently humid, the Peak Temperature being 26.1 C, around 13:30 GMT.
Wednesday initially was dreich and deteriorating. There was about 8 mm rain by 09:40 GMT, then it improved. Later there was extensive Lightning; but that did not appear to cause any problems to any of my equipment.
The N300 has worked fine before those two days; and since then.
I wonder if anyone else has noted anything similar.