Densities in the region dropped a bit last night, particularly to our north. There was a moderate exodus flight along the coast from the Gray’s Harbor and Willapa Bay area that could be tracked heading south. I don’t have a loop of the regional composite, but i put a static image of the flight as it crossed the Columbia. It only lasted a couple of hours before the birds dispersed out of radar range. You can check it out over at Real Time Weather
The low pressure system out in the Pacific weakened a bit overnight, but is still in play for the weekend.