The birds are back at it in full effect and there’s only one squall line in the way.
If you live in the path of this squall line (central Mass, possibly northern Connecticut, most of New Hampshire) be on the lookout for fallout tomorrow. Strong squall lines like this can really pile up the birds, especially considering that birds are pushing north right into it, with very good densities. Behind the squall line, turnover will be less tomorrow.
We’re also getting to the time of year when a lot of these birds in the radar are shorebirds, so if it’s wet in the morning, check your inland lakes and shorebird traps. Shorebirds are likely to continue moving during the day if the weather is nice, but if there’s rain, they’ll put down.
If you don’t live in the path of this squall line, and do check the animation in the morning, but you still live south or east of it, I think turnover could be good. We’re still waiting for a lot of flycatchers and the later warblers, so be on the lookout!