Tonight, we have a rather short report due to the fact that literally nothing is showing up on Illinois radar in the way of birds. Strong southerly winds left over from yesterday, as usual, are to blame.
|The depicted cold front moving through IL should bring|
some favorable winds.
So it makes the most sense then to look ahead. The light at the end of the tunnel is forecast to exist in the morning on Wednesday, when a cold front from northwest of us will make its way into Illinois, bringing northwesterly winds with it. The front is also forecast to carry a ton of precipitin, so we'll see what its migrant-carrying capacity ends up being. Until then, migrants should remain grounded in southerly winds.
That's all for tonight folks. Until tomorrow, best of luck.