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Current weather models predict that conditions will not be favorable for
significant migration into to the state until this weekend.  The ETA model
is indicating the passage of a strong cold front on late Saturday,
resulting in good conditions for migration flights on Sunday and Monday
night.  Some precipitation may occur with this front.  In the shorter term
a high pressure area is predicted to build over southeastern states over
the next few days.  This could result in weak northerly winds over the
southeastern states.  Upper level tropical flow from the southwest will
bring moisture and rain over the central and southern peninsula, and some
fallouts are likely.  The uncertain forecast for TS Keith adds a major
factor of uncertainty to this week's weather.

Disclaimer:  Reader's actual experiences may vary.  No implicit guarantee
of birding success is intended, but good birding luck is wished for all.
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Noel Wamer
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Jacksonville, FL, US   30.2820 -81.4972
"The lack of documentation that characterizes nearly every
such [interent reported] observation renders them unacceptable..."
                               (Florida Field Naturalist, Vol. 28, p. 128)