NORTHERN LIGHTS AMAZING DISPLAY

Photo by Edie Seelen
Photo by Edie Seelen
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BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS

As predicted, many people were lucky enough to get a glimpse of the unbelievable light display in the sky here in Minnesota. Tonight may be another great evening of viewing as well, due to the CME's that happened a few days ago.

Photo by Ann Bowden Reed
Photo by Ann Bowden Reed
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NORTHERN LIGHTS COULD HAVE A SECOND SHOWING FRIDAY 12-01-23

We are hoping that if you do get to enjoy the phenomenon, take a picture and send it to us to share with our community. Ann says thanks to the dog that woke her up at 4:30 am last night to find this nighttime sky above her yard.

Feel free to send your photos to kelly.cordes@townsquaremedia.com.

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STEARNS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The Stearns County Sheriff's Office had this beautiful photo to share. Pictured above. Edie Seelen had a great view of the skies as well and sent us some beautiful photos to share. See below.

Photo by Edie Seelen
Photo by Edie Seelen
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Edie also sent us some lovely photos of the sky last night.  The Beck. Bakery says it's good to be a baker. Nice to be awake when the sky is showing us it's beauty. See photo below.

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