Hi, I've been monitoring the radio since around 10am this morning and I can say that activity was much greater between 10.00 and 12.00 than it was between 15.00 and 17.00. So it looks like the predicted outburst at 16.10 didn't materialise. Unless of course the greater activity earlier in the day was it. Difficult to say but nothing outstanding on my basic system. I had a look outside and it's raining here so no chance of any visual observations. Cheers, Bill.
I also have the 19:09:37 event. It is near the right edge of my FOV and it is slow. Its trail points back to the general vicinity of the radiant so it will be interesting to compare our 2-station data.
Likewise, I am working through my December data, but I will send you my M*.csv file for last night to what data we can derive about the meteor.
Mine was also at the edge of the FOV and there was a lot of cloud (the only star visible was Polaris) - will perform a proper analysis tomorrow morning and email over the M.CSV file so we can pin down the radiant.
Got the third camera mounted yesterday - not active yet as I need to sort out some crimps for the power lead but should be up and running soon.