Friday, October 4, 2013
10/4 IL Migration Report
Tonight, as last night, sees scant migration over much of Illinois. With the exception of northeasterly IL which may be experiencing some light reverse migration tonight, southerly winds are domineering migrants out of the sky. So that's all for tonight.
Looking ahead a few days, it looks like the combination of inbound storm fronts and southerly winds are set to keep birds on the ground at least through Sunday.
Not too much to write about then. Just note that tomorrow during the day, as the large storm front visible on the radar moves east, westerly winds will move into the area. These winds will become southerly again through Saturday night, but until then there's always the chances of western vagrants.
Cool. Have a great night, all.