Movement at sea included eleven Gannets, 44 Sandwich Terns, two Common Scoters, four Common Terns, three Kittiwakes, two Shelducks, a Little Tern and a Fulmar. Not brilliant, but a lot better than yesterday.
There was also some waders on the shore and I counted five Curlews, nine Oystercatchers, 64 Turnstones, eight Dunlins, 82 Ringed Plovers and 63 Sanderlings.
It's going to be northwesterly overnight and then at 0700 tomorrow it is going to move westerly. Whether this will be in time or not I'm not sure but I'll still get up and take a peek!