Wednesday 26 September 2012

A solid night of migrants.  We even had a few heavy returns, up to 25 dBZ along the western flanks of the Cascades.

There will definitely be new birds in the region today.  Take a look at the Regional Composite and note the solid nature of the radar images.  Except for the usual radar holes created by the Olympics and the Coast range the whole region had migrants overhead last night.

The high pressure ridge has slipped a bit south but will still be the major influence on the weather.  We should continue to see light north winds and no rain for the next few days, posing no barriers to southbound traffic.