Another hurricane has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. While "Larry" is tracking well out-to-sea, some of its effects will be felt along the coast of Maine

The National Weather Service is tracking hurricane Larry, and the potential weather it will bring to coastal Maine. Larry is currently tracking far off the coast but could produce minor weather concerns. Forecasters warn of potential rip currents, high surf, and coastal splash over.

Larry will be at it's closest to Maine Thursday into Friday.

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Fall Meteor Showers That Will Light Up The Night Sky Over Maine

Fall is an active season for meteor showers. It's also the last few meteor showers you can view without freezing to the bone. Maine is a great place to see some of the best meteor showers of the year. It's not very hard to find dark areas away from light pollution to get a clear view of the night sky. Here's some fall meteor showers that will light up the night sky in the coming months.

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