Posted by: badbirdz2 | April 26, 2007 @ 5:39 am

Big push out of Cuba

Another big push out of Cuba last night, accompanied by heavy SE–>NW migration over the Miami radar, and strong S–>N migration over the west coast of Florida. The Cuba birds were headed straight for Naples/Fort Desoto, and the west coast birds were headed straight toward the panhandle. Therefore I’d expect the west coast locations to have the best birding conditions. Again, another pulse out of the Caribbean made it ashore on the southeast coast, but according to the observations of Michelle Davis and Robin Diaz, these arrivals tend to be spotty with respect to detectability on the ground.

Good Birding

Frames are every 1/2 hour for reflectivity and velocity, and 1 hour for the regional composite
Base Reflectivity image from Key WestBase Velocity image from Key West Base Reflectivity image from MiamiBase Velocity image from Miami Regional Base Reflectivity for the Southeast



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