Can Starlink be used in bad weather?

We haven’t had a chance to test Starlink, but the weather seems to be an issue. According to Starlink, the receiver is capable of melting snow that falls on it, but the company recommends installing Starlink in a location that prevents snowpack and other obstructions from blocking the field of view. It also notes: “Heavy rain or wind can also affect your satellite Internet connection, which can lead to slower speeds or infrequent outage.

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