10.2 seems to be "The Sportsman Channel", which WDIO-TV 10 / 10.1 carries late at night. A pretty smart subchannel selection for this region. I checked last night and noticed 10.1 and 10.2 to be the same...
WLEF-DT 47 in from Park Falls, WI (about 110 miles) quite well tonight. Signal strength is almost local with a signal-noise ratio of just under 21 dB (Duluth locals typically give me 21+ db here 9 mi from the transmitter):
WPT HD slide:
Standard WPT slide on "WPT 1":
WPT 2 / 3 / 4 - apparently they shut these off at night, perhaps to save bandwidth for HD, like WDSE-DT used to do (and should still do):
WPT 3 and 4 have the same slide, with "WPT 3" and "WPT 4" replacing WPT 2.
I always thought it was interesting how Superior is not served by WPT. As far as I know, they don't even get it on cable? I believe Milwaukee is in the same boat, with their own two PBS affiliates.
Note that the old WinTV-D card I am using does not display actually HD. It downconverts everything to 480i. As I use this card primarily for DX'ing, it's no big deal.
MSP DT's in weakly. KPXM analog 41 is VERY strong once again. And KDLT-46 analog from Sioux Falls was in faintly this early morning (~5 AM). They seem to air Weather+ at night.
Also visible tonight:
KMSP-DT (strong, but somewhat unstable)
WCCO-DT (strong, but unstable):
No KARE-DT, which is odd.
That's qubo, a kid's channel. 41.1: Worship, 41.2: ION Life, 41.3 qubo, 41.4 "KPXM Digital Television" (ION).
It's odd seeing KSTP-DT with a 20 db SN/R, since just an hour or so ago it was at about 5 (not strong enough to decode the text).
Strangely I have no KARE-DT. This one usually manages to make it.
Of course, no KTCI-DT, which has never been logged here, and I don't anticipate to log any time soon. MSP analog LPTV's 14 and 25 are in quite well though.