All I can really interpret from last night’s data is that a lot of birds were moving around Clovis. A classic ring pattern develops about halfway through the loop linked below at this site. Today could be a good day for the eastern migrant traps.
I haven’t had time to change the code to get all the images from the correct time. All loops run from about 1 AM to 10 AM. I won’t get to this until later in the week.
Click on any of the images below to view radar loops; base reflectivity on the left, base velocity on the right.
Loops from 12:58:58 AM to 10:05:43 AM
White Sands, NM (KHDX):
Loops from 12:57:40 AM to 9:55:51 AM
El Paso (KEPZ):
Loops from 1:00:42 AM to 9:54:02 AM
Loops from 12:39:49 AM to 10:13:36 AM
Please send me feedback on when are where you find migrants!
For migration updates in other regions check-
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula – The Northwoods BIRDAR by Max Henschell New England – Tom Auer’s blog
Florida/SE – Badbirdz Reloaded by Angel and Mariel Abreu
PA/Ohio Valley – Nemesis Bird by Drew Weber
NW Ohio – Birding the Crane Creek by Kenn Kaufman
Arizona – Words About Birds by Tim Schreckengost Pac NW – Birds Over Portland by Greg Haworth
Continental US – eBird BirdCast Forecast & Report by Team eBird