The hardest hit areas are in the sub-arctic, so we have some sunlight still. It's like we're in the greyline constantly.
Anyway, there are ragchews on 80 here during the day that I can hear from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Russia.
Due to aurora effects etc. it's sometimes hard to get reliable communications in the far north arctic areas on HF, so linked repeaters is sometimes what's used there.
The emergency net activation was over after December 28th. There has been a couple of news reports with amateurs questioning why despite the activation no official traffic was passed by the amateurs. Perhaps it's got something to do with the districts further north being more used to relying on amateur communications, than the districts that had the communications emergency this time? Or maybe since the military and civil defense were also providing communications, all necessary traffic were handled by them?
The NRRL will make a report about the activation once data has been collected.