I’m 40+ miles from my nearest, and my attic antenna picks up a station 61 miles in the opposite direction. It’s a “repeat”, so I don’t usually configure that station, but still.
My point is… all these charts/graphs/etc. don’t really tell you what you are and are not able to do.
With that said, I live in Texas, I live a bit elevated (not much, I mean this is Texas) and since this is Texas, there’s not a whole lot of trees and such (our trees are smart enough to not grow tall… too close to the Sun and all).
My best recommendation is to find somebody that does antenna work for TV. They usually know what is “possible”. Btw. that’s how I had my antenna installed. My someone that knew how to orient it and set it up for good reception.
Feel free to use that “tool” and lookup 75035 (that’s me). You’ll see KXII 61 miles north… and I can get reasonable reception… and again, that’s not the orientation of my antenna (it’s pointing more south… you can look at the map from the nocable tool).
Obviously, this thread probably needs a new home now. I can’t tell you what a difference an outdoor and/or attic antenna makes. When I had a indoor amplified leaf, I got half as many stations and even so, not great.