Daily Archives: 8/26/2007

Migration Tonight

I’ve posted a forecast for the Mid-Atlantic on Birdcapemay.org. Come on over and check it out. Below I’m including the forecast for winds and precipitation so you can see the features I’m talking about in the forecast. I’ll post the … Continue reading

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Light migration last night

A light migration of birds was evident last night, as surface winds were calm. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through sunrise this morning. Frames are every 1/2 hour for reflectivity and velocity, and every hour for the regional … Continue reading

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Light migration tonight (this morning)

Just a head-up post with some of the weather data right now. Birds are on the move over New Jersey, although it’s a light flight due to the unfavorable winds at higher altitudes. The surface winds are absent, so birds … Continue reading

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