Red Sky in the Morning….
Our first significant storm of the season blew in today as the tail end of a whopper that hit Coastal Alaska dipped down into Salish Sea waters on its way out. The incoming storm made for a dramatic sunrise over the decoy rig this morning. Before the majority of heavy rain and wind hit, our crew was safely off the water with our birds by mid-morning. Heavy rain and wind over 45+ kts affected the area throughout the afternoon and early evening hours. Temps were near 60 degrees w/ sun the day prior… what a difference a day can make in the weather around here this time of year!