As Walt and Colin have reported most of the Asians had already bailed by around 1400 this morning, although there were quite a collection of them about 50 minutes earlier. Similar to a Halloween movie, they behaved like ghostly creatures scared off by the daylight, with the exception of 1575-VOA (the sole survivor of a negative sunrise enhancement).
At my 1310 start time several big gun Asians were managing fair audio (594, 747, 1053, 1566 and 1575) while second-tier stations on 603, 738, 1017, 1035 and 1044 seemed ready to reach threshold level. The typical swoon happened between 1330-1400, with all of these bailing except for 1575-VOA. This lone station rode out the rest of the session with fair signals in and out until 1445, when it also packed it in. Not exactly an exciting session, but definitely better than yesterday.
1575 VOA Rasom, Thailand Fair level female speech in Asiatic language in and out at 1405
73 and Good DX,
Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)
7.5" loopstick C.Crane Skywave Ultralight +
15" FSL antenna