There have been some grass hopper and other orthoptera movements in the midwest 
and may be some other insects  are also on the move. But probably they wont 
start early morning as we think it is still cool for them. But you never know 
how they behave.


It is interesting.


Meena


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All,

I wonder what is moving and how common this is. I will have to look at some 
archive data but I bet this is a normal occurrence.  I wonder what types of 
birds:  swallows, swifts, nighthawks, icterids, waterfowl, cranes....???

see https://radar.weather.gov/ridge/Conus/full_lite_loop.php

Dave Nicosia
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