This morning I decided to test out 2.7k video of the sunrise to see how it compares to my usual 1080P.. I flew my normal practice area that i've done many times before. At about 2700 feet out, i started getting compass-error and she switched into ATTI mode. As it got closer it went back to GPS so I continued on in the opposite direction. This time at about 2200 feet, I suddenly lost RC connection (first time ever) and it initiated an auto RTH. Connection came back as it got closer but that was enough stress for me and i left it on the ground. Should I have landed and recalibrate the compass as soon as I got the compass error? Any ideas why suddenly I would lose RC connection so close and over an area I've been over many times before with no issue? The only differences between today and other times is that I usually fly during the afternoon in temps around 75F° and this morning it was about 50F°. The other difference is that today I was using the little plastic antenna separator that comes with my Windsurfers - the part that slides down over both antennas and keeps them spaced apart.. One other difference between today and other flights is that both times I ventured slightly further over the (empty/closed) property of both the local high school and community college. Is it likely they had some kind of jammers or anything like that? Here is my HealthyDrone report <- I dont see anything there that explains anything, but I dont really know how to read the reports yet.