So tonight makes another night without much to write about. Winds are southeasterly right now, and are thus unfavorable for migration. Radar of IL reflects this, with almost nothing moving tonight. These southerly winds are forecast to continue through Thursday at least, so the migrants will be having yet another period to fatten up and rest for the next few days.
Regardless, there should still be a nice variety of species out there if you find the right areas, and as stated yesterday, vagrants can show up anywhere with fair frequency this time of year, so keep your eyes peeled when you get out there. I know mine will.
Have a great night everybody.
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