SSE wind with light high cloud cover.
I spent a couple of hours or so seawatching at Skogsøy, there was plenty of movement without anything spectacular to report. The main species were Red-throated Diver smålom and plenty of various gulls - most notably Lesser Black-backed Gulls sildemåke. Various duck and wader species added to the variety.
Well over 600 birds headed south between 0800 and 10:30:
Other than seabirds a Kestrel tårnfalk put in an appearance as did White-tailed Eagle havørn, Wheatear steinskvett, Bramlings bjørkefink and five Common Crossbill grankorsnebb and a small flock of Twite bergirisk were among the other species seen