Does the weather interfere your internet connection?

United States
January 12, 2011 5:58am CST
On the past few days, my DSL connection was in sluggish mode. Maybe due to severe weather and the snow. Sometimes, it took a while to load up a whole page, and sometimes, I just don't get connection at all. Also, maybe majority of people stay home, and they are using their internet connection the same time, it flood the server network. Today, I get up early in the morning to surf the web, it is running smoothly though. I hope it will getting better.
5 responses
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
16 Jan 11
hi, if the weather is rainy or something windy, it will really affect my dsl connection, because the wire going to my connection will moved by the air or rain.
@aprilsong (1886)
• China
13 Jan 11
Well,as for internet connection, maybe here i have met more problems than you. Because we are located in a remote place, the signal is transfered from other places. So we have experienced lots of connection problems. Of course, the weather influences the connection so often. When it is rainy, snowy, strong windy, all of these can affect the connection.
@sajeevking (5080)
• Mumbai, India
13 Jan 11
Well weather do affect internet connection and you are right that when there is flood or any thing else many people login at and that could be another reason why the network get jammed i am most of the time online during night because at that time not many people are using the same network as i am
• India
12 Jan 11
yes weather do have effect on wireless connections, but it also depends on lot of other factors. Sometimes too much internet activity on the LAN you are connected also results in slower connections. In the mornings many people often don't use the connection. so it results is high data transfer.
• Philippines
12 Jan 11
Weather usually affects Internet connection. That is if you're wirelessly connecting. Wind and temperature may affect the signal for the Internet. :-)