From the National Weather Service, 8:00 a.m. Friday, September 30 2016:
A frontal boundary will remain stationary to our south today through Saturday with high pressure to our north, and an area of low pressure to our west. The high pressure will begin to break down Saturday night into Sunday. The low to our west will then lift through the Great Lakes region and into the northeast over the weekend, before weakening on Monday. This will pull the frontal boundary across our area Sunday. High pressure builds to our north for Tuesday into Thursday with a northeast flow across the area.
High pressure + northeast + early October = Peregrine Falcons in Cape May, occasionally > 100 or even >200 a day. Just saying.
And watch next Monday and Tuesday for landbirds.