Month: March 2008

  • Birds moving out of Jersey

    Migration was apparent last night, as the winds over part of the state turned southeasterly by sunset. The radar shows some interesting patterns, so let’s dive in and see what we can make of it. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:30am. Frames are every 1/2 hour for reflectivity and velocity, and every […]

  • Birds on the move

    As predicted, winds have shifted to SSE (although they’re quite light right now) and birds have been migrating out of the state since sunset. With winds still from the ENE to our south, we shouldn’t expect any measurable influx of birds tomorrow. Monday and Tuesday night though, are looking very promising for migration into our […]

  • WordPress upgraded to 2.5

    Some cool new features in WordPress 2.5 that I just had to take for a test spin… such as ALBUMS: These are a few shots I took after an ice storm a couple of months ago… let’s just hope those days are over for this year, at least.

  • This is what “no migration” looks like

    So, sometimes I think it’s good to remind everyone what “no migration” looks like on the radar. It’s pretty boring, but it will be useful when we have something interesting to compare it to, which looks like it’ll be Monday night (with the possibility of a taste as early as tonight). Here’s the radar from […]

  • No migration over Jersey

    A stalled cold front across the Carolinas kept northbound migrants from entering the Mid-Atlantic last night. The pattern is expected to continue tonight, but the build-up of migrants will soon pay off when the next front pushes into our area as early as Sunday evening.


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