In the Pacific Northwest — there really isn’t much to talk about migration wise. Birds are surely moving around, but the heavy cloud cover and intermittent showers to downpours obscures the returns. There is a really well organized low pressure cell off of Vancouver Island that will take some time to move through. I don’t see this happening for a day or more. We’ll skip the local radar loops today — look at the last two day’s they’re the same.
Here is the grand view of the winds aloft from Earth:
Here is Paul’s archived National Radar Composite from yesterday. Seriously, look at the wind map, and then the radar.
And here are the weather maps (click on any image to bring up a full gallery view)