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Old 3-Jul-2015, 12:59 PM   #1
CtrlAltElite
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Will this be good enough for inclement weather?

Just installed a Winegard FreeVision antenna in my attic. Currently getting 18 stations (some .2 and .3) clear and without tiling. Question is, will this antenna hold up to bad weather? Is it strong enough to pull in the signal during Buffalos winter weather? And is there something that may be better suited for bad weather?

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Old 3-Jul-2015, 4:43 PM   #2
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It is advertised as an outdoor antenna, yes?

Building materials sap signal strength enough on their own, let alone when they're wet.

Having it outside, clearing as many obstructions as possible, is your best bet.

This way, if you have erratic reception from being on the digital cliff, you may not know what's causing the problem, but you will certainly know what isn't.
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