Azalea remains on what we locals call The Peninsula. She began this period at Fort Monroe National Monument (YELLOW arrow Mar 4 at 3:00pm). She spent the night near Mercury Blvd in Hampton (PINK pointer Mar 5 at 1:00am). On Mar 5 she made a flight north to Harwoods Mill Reservoir, then continued east to Plum Tree Island NWR – http://www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=51512. She then flew to Poquoson for the night (GREEN pointer Mar 6 at 1:00am). On the 6th she visited Plum Tree Island again where she stayed overnight (PURPLE pointer Mar 7 at 1:00am). As of this satellite map Azalea is on Cedar Creek in Poquoson – WHITE arrow Mar 7 at 5:00pm.
He’s certainly staying close to “home”, isn’t he? Thanks for the updates, Reese!
Thanks Reese. Looks like my baby girl ate up all the catfish and not coming back to NC. Y’all take care of her and hope she pops by to see you more often. So glad to see her doing well.