So today, it seems like the winds have again taken command of the skies. Southerly winds rule all but the southernmost parts of the state, and as a result of this, migration is light throughout most of the state. Only these southernmost reaches of Illinois are experiencing moderate migration, as the winds are too weak there to be much of a headwind. Overall, though, tonight will definitely be a bit quieter than yesterday.
Looking forward a few days, winds are forecast to take on an easterly tinge tomorrow, and then return to a southerly orientation by Thursday. So not much that jumps out at us as favorable migratory conditions, butwe'll see what happens.
Cool. Bon voyage, everyone.