Although the sunspot count is up to 86 (with blackouts), the 20-30MHz propagation forecast is only "fair". Conditions on 10m are therefore hard to predict. With such a high sunspot count I would hope we'd see some decent F2 openings, but 10m is a fickle band and it can be hard to tell. As yet, I have not started up on 10m.
UPDATE 1012z: Both PY3FF (10440km) and CX2ABP (11127km), plus several Europeans, coming through on 10m WSPR already. Conditions on 10m are good! So much for 10m propagation being just "fair". Today I am running 500mW on 10m WSPR. So far just locals spotting me.
UPDATE 1036z: No more South Americans seen since the earlier spots.