Hi Guys, I live in beautiful CT where we are in the beginning of getting an historical 6 or more inches of wet heavy snow. there is about a 1/2 in on the ground and on the bottom of my dish that is on the roof and, you guessed it, I have complete signal loss. This also happened Thurs. when we had an inch or so of wet sticky snow. I had my dish re-pointed in May after a new roof install, and the installer said it was a great signal and I guess it usually is. My question is, does the dish need to be re-pointed again or is this normal? Should I get a dish cover? I never had this problem much even with all the 54 inches of snow last year except for the heavy wet spring snow. Heavy rain gives me complete signal loss too and a lot of pixelezation. Any suggestions? I think it is a 1000 type dish.