Category Archives: WSB

Heavier migration into the Mid-Atlantic!

Wow! Now THAT was an awesome flight! Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:00am this morning. Frames are every 1/2 hour. Click on the thumbnail to view the full-sized animation.   Light and variable winds last night allowed … Continue reading

Posted in Birds, Cape Island Cup, carbon-neutral, Forecast, Migration, Migration Radar, NEXRAD Migration Study, NJAS, Spring Migration 2011, WSB | 5 Comments

Light migration over NJ, but the future is birdy!

Migration was hot and heavy last night, just not over our area. Here’s the midnight national composite showing the heavy flight over the Central and Mississippi flyways, as well as the Eastern up to Virginia.   and here’s the radar … Continue reading

Posted in Birds, Cape Island Cup, Forecast, Migration, Migration Radar, NEXRAD Migration Study, NJAS, Spring Migration 2011, Storm, Weather, WSB | 5 Comments

Another push into the Mid-Atlantic

High pressure across most of the US last night open the doors for another flight of birds into the Mid-Atlantic and some of the Northeast region. While migration was much heavier in the central part of the country… …a decent … Continue reading

Posted in Birds, Cape Island Cup, Forecast, Migration, Migration Radar, NEXRAD Migration Study, NJAS, Spring Migration 2011, WSB | 1 Comment

Nothing expected tonight into Thursday

Northwest winds at all altitudes tonight should preclude any migration into the region, so I’ll be taking the morning off to do some World Series scouting. If things change, I’ll post and update here and send a ‘tweet’ to my … Continue reading

Posted in Birds, Cape Island Cup, Migration, WSB | Comments Off on Nothing expected tonight into Thursday

In the words of Joey Russo…

“Whoa!” Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:00am this morning. Frames are every 1/2 hour. Click on the thumbnail to view the full-sized animation. Southwest winds and clear skies along the Atlantic coast triggered an awesome display of … Continue reading

Posted in Birds, Forecast, Migration, Migration Radar, NEXRAD Migration Study, NJAS, Spring Migration 2011, WSB | 4 Comments