Looking at the loop from last night, the reflectivities just about totally 
petered out at 6 AM, but then picked up again.  That would seem to favor 
diurnal migration rather than a continuation of that from overnight. 


> On Aug 14, 2019, at 10:05 AM, David Nicosia <daven102...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The radar imagery from NWS Binghamton continues to show what looks to be bird 
> migration well after sunrise. As of this writing it is 1000 am and we are 
> still picking up biological targets. Since the lower atmosphere's thermals 
> haven't begun, it is likely these targets are not insects. Could this be 
> shorebird migration continuing past sunrise? Or maybe songbirds just 
> continuing from the night? I  wish I didn't have to work today... 
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