It may be weak in this area for different reasons. 1) The system is still being tested and is not fully functional yet. It has not been "turned on" for actual use. 2) There is still no transmitter site in the southern tip of Washington County. A few years worth of delays have been caused by a) residents who migrated from the city to build their McMansions and don't want a tower messing up the view or "lowering property values," and b) the National Park Service and local (and non-local) preservationist groups who don't want the scenic "view shed" from Harpers Ferry tainted by a tower.Reception on this system is weak in southern Washington County, Jefferson County and Harpers Ferry. Even on top of the mountain at the Jefferson/Loudoun Border, it's has a very weak signal. Anyone know if the power of this system is going to be pushed up?