Daily Archives: 5/11/2012

Sticky: WSB FORECAST: Clear skies and westerly winds promise beautiful weather and a broad-front of migrants on the Big Day

Upper-level winds across New Jersey may be out of the NW but light westerly surface winds should provide enough room for migrants to move on Friday night. These conditions should result in a moderate migration event coinciding with the kickoff … Continue reading

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Out of Internet coverage

I’ll be out of Internet coverage for the next two days. If something changes I’ll be sure to post but otherwise check with the BIRDAR network in the sidebar for migration information, especially Paul Hurtado’s NEXRAD archive. Should be some … Continue reading

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WSB Forecast Update

Current winds at all altitudes over the Delmarva and south NJ are out of the SW while only upper-level winds over the most northern part of the state (Southern NY, really) remain out of the NW. Migration has already begun … Continue reading

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Heavy migration up through the Great Plains and parts of the Midwest

National Overview Birds continue to stream up through the middle of the country as a series of surface lows churn southerly winds over the region. The low over Texas proved to be the most precipitous and may have caused some … Continue reading

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