I looked over the radar this morning and I didn't see anything obvious
around 938 am. Thermals are just beginning to rise at this time plus all
the fog that was around was lifting. Not sure from the data I have at home.
I will check from work tomorrow where I have higher resolution data.

On Sun, Sep 23, 2018 at 9:49 AM Dave Nutter <nutter.d...@me.com> wrote:

> I just refreshed the Binghamton weather radar map at 9:38am, which removed
> the obvious flower of night migration which I looked at before dawn this
> morning. But it looks like there are wispy remnants of the migration map
> mainly to our east, which could be raptors moving due south from the east
> end of Lake Ontario, but also some around southern Tompkins County in the
> highlands which might be kettles on updrafts from wind against hills or
> perhaps Broad-wingeds initiating thermal flight after a night of rest and
> an evening and morning hunting in the forests. Anyone with more knowledge
> of weather, radar, & migration care to consider these hypotheses?
> - - Dave Nutter
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