Advertisements I moved into a house back in July with an outdoor antenna. It's been working perfectly with my Tivo Roamio since then, but then we had the polar vortex and now things aren't so great. At first the reception would break up constantly (I thought it might be due to the high winds) but last night I turned on the television and only a handful of stations come through: PBS and Fox being two. CBS, NBC, and WGN are in the camp that don't at all, showing me a V53 error. I'm about 9 miles from downtown Chicago so it's weird Fox and PBS come through fine but NBC and CBS don't. This is my first outdoor antenna and I don't know what brand it is and I don't have easy access to it on a good day let alone a day where the ground and roof are covered in a foot of snow. So I guess my question is, is it possible the snow/cold/wind affected the antenna and I need a new one, or is there something I can do to try and fix it? I did try bypassing the Tivo and plugged the coax directly into the TV and that didn't help. Is there a possibility something happened server side? Last night the Tivo did lock up and required a hard reset (unplugging it and plugging it back in). Thanks in advance for any suggestions.