In the last 30 minutes I have reconnected the rigs, antennas and PC and am back on 10m and 6m WSPR. So far only G4KPX (14km) spotting me on 10m and 3 spots on 6m WSPR of G0OQK (98km). No signs yet of Es on either band. Of course, this is on WSPR where activity tends to be low on 10m and 6m. You may have better luck on SSB or CW. On 6m I am on RX 80% of the time.
At the moment the storms are well to the east but I'll continue to monitor the situation and go QRT if necessary again.
UPDATE 1245z: A couple of Es spots on 10m WSPR from LA3JJ (1020km) this lunchtime, but otherwise quiet. On 6m just G0OQK (98km) spotted so far. He has yet to spot me and I suspect he is RX only at present.
UPDATE 1630z: EA6GF (1428km) spotting my 10m 500mW WSPR beacon this teatime. The definitely is some evidence that Es peaks around lunch and teatime. Sadly, no Es to report here (yet) on 6m WSPR.
UPDATE 1738z: ON7KO (295km) has spotted me on 10m WSPR. I think this was tropo rather than Es as the distance is too near. If this was Es I'd expect Es on 2m or even higher.