Here in Fargo today we are approaching 100 degrees of actual heat and 110 degrees on the heat index. By coincidence, despite the fact that it is sunny, my signal readings are in the toilet. The 101 sat which usually reads high 80s to perfect 100s is reading mid 60s to mid 80s, and every other sat is anywhere from the high 30s to low 80s depending on the transponder. I am wondering if the high heat could be a factor. I don't remember it getting this hot at all last summer, and aside from rain fade lately due to unusually heavy rains my signal has been solid ever since it was installed in January of '10. Could the heat be the reason? Some kind of LNB issue with heat, or maybe some other heat expansion of the dish parts or the roof itself? I dont like watching baseball games and seeing the signal flicker for a second every few minutes.