Worked the overnight shift last night and noticed classic radar blossoms
develop after sunset. Of course they were much smaller than peak migration but
the doppler winds did show a northwesterly to north component. The radar echoes
were biological in nature so I imagine they were birds already heading south.
The echoes were prevalent on other radars where the winds were north too. First
shorebirds at Knox-Marcellus marsh tomorrow??? '
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