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COLORADO — According to the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder, a significant solar flare and Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) occurred from the sun in the mid-morning Colorado time on Thursday. Analysis indicated the CME departed the Sun at more than 2100 m.p.h. and forecasters expect it to arrive at Earth late Saturday, with effects continuing into Halloween.
As the event gets closer, you’ll be able to see forecasts for the northern lights and if we’ll be able to see them here in southern Colorado.
originally posted by: billxam
a reply to: Nyiah
Once again we in Michigan are cursed with cloud cover. Although, I did see them one time in the U.P. as well as a UAP up by Whitefish Point.