Winds were gusting to 102 MPH and the wind chill was -40°F, but that didn't stop two Mt. Washington Observatory staff members from heading out on the observation deck this week to see what it was like.
Tonight, June 20, is the summer solstice,which is the longest day of the year. Yup, while Mondays generally seem longer than usual, this one actually was.
But there is something happening tonight that hasn't been seen in Maine since 1967 and it won't happen again until 2062!
The Mark and Emily Turner Library in Presque Isle has a great reason to celebrate. The local library was the only library from Maine selected to participate in the National Science Foundation pilot project: ‘Pushing The Limits: Making Sense of Science.’ Read more about the project.