So tonight, strong southerly winds dominating the state, once again, are reducing bird migration to a very light level. Amazingly, these small numbers of birds are still pushing on with a fairly consistent southwestbound pattern, so some influxes may be evident tomorrow. Regardless, we'll still be adding another day to this long-lasting period of fattening up for migrants.
Looking forward a few days, it still looks like a southbound cold front will make its way through our state, bringing some sort of northerly winds with it. Things may get a little more exciting then (Wednesday night-ish), but we'll see.
Sadly, that's all I've got to work with tonight! Here's hoping for some big weather changes, and some heavy movements.
Until tomorrow, au revoir!
|Hope comes in the form of a cold front|