UNDATED - Anyone who gets their TV stations via an antenna, has probably had trouble watching some of their favorite shows over the past few days. J.C. Kelsey from Minnesota Electronics in Sauk Rapids says something called "Tropospheric Scatter" is causing the intermittent signal loss.

He say it's something that happens from time-to-time, but this is the biggest one that he can remember. It will eventually correct itself, and you'll get your local channels back, but it could take a few days.

Kelsey says it's also affecting some radio signals.