At the end of the day, the radar was left running with all network cables in place. The conduit was temporarily re-secured to the antenna pole with wire ties. Gary said that he would install additional hose clamps to the conduit to ensure that this type of damage does not happen again Internet connectivity was not restored, but there is a small possibility it could return on its own over the next day. Data from the last week was collected on an external hard disk and taken back to Blacksburg. There is enough room on the Linux computer hard disk to allow the radar to run autonomously for at least the next year.

A general inspection of the radar site was also completed. Overall, the radar is in good condition. However, three out of six aircraft warning lights are burned out. Also, ground rods are in place but not yet attached to the antenna poles.