Strong winds out of the south and widespread rain developing over night; pretty crappy conditions for migrants. But at low levels, especially early in the evening, some birds were on the move. Taking a look at both the Base Reflectivity and the Hydrometeor Classification loops we can see, even in adverse conditions, some birds continue to pound south. Probably the strong flying waterfowl.
As expected from what we saw yesterday the south winds continued through the night with scattered rain cells. And, very low levels of migrants passing through.
So lets take a look at the National Composite because there has to be some action going on somewhere. Looking at the wind map we can see the Central Flyway pretty much shut down and the best conditions are in the Mississippi and southern Atlantic Flyways.