Currently, I'm listening to Lloyd, KH6LC on 10m Morse code and his signal is pumping on the central coast this afternoon. His signal suggests a stable west-to-east path. In contrast, 15m is propagating south-to-north as I heard a strong VE7 and W5 on this space. Twenty meters is quiet however that is more likely a result of my antenna location not band conditions.
It's not record breaking conditions although I can remember those zero sunspot days stretching into months. Conditions seem stable enough to enjoy ham radio, and, overall the high frequency spaces are open for signal launching.
Solar maximum as defined in the Glossary Solar Terrestrial Terms as, "The month(s) during a sunspot cycle when the smoothed sunspot number reaches a maximum."
73s from the shackadelic near the beach.