The weather finally has moved out of the midwest and into the northeast. This means relatively quiet conditions in the Mississippi Valley and the southeast. A look at the weather radar tonight shows lots of movement in the eastern half of the U.S..
Here are two images from tonight. The first is right around sundown here in the midwest -
This next image is from about an hour later, 9:10 pm CST. Note the heavier returns all across the region-
I was out and about tonight and saw my first American White Pelicans of the year but in spite of lots of mudflats at a local reservoir I only saw a couple of shorebirds. Maybe we'll see some more this week.
Keep looking up!