2012-03-08 / Local

KELP OUT



SEAWEED SOAKS up late winter sunshine Monday on a promontory in Brunswick. The National Weather Service forecasts that temperatures will climb higher than 50 degrees Fahrenheit today. A solar storm increases the possibility that residents of the Mid-coast region could see the aurora borealis or “Northern Lights” tonight or early Friday morning, when temperatures are expected to remain above the norm for early March. 
DARREN FISHELL / THE TIMES RECORD SEAWEED SOAKS up late winter sunshine Monday on a promontory in Brunswick. The National Weather Service forecasts that temperatures will climb higher than 50 degrees Fahrenheit today. A solar storm increases the possibility that residents of the Mid-coast region could see the aurora borealis or “Northern Lights” tonight or early Friday morning, when temperatures are expected to remain above the norm for early March. DARREN FISHELL / THE TIMES RECORD

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