June 19, 2009 in Nation/World, Outdoors
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June 18, 2009 AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty A red sky at dawn is a signal to mariners that the weather is changing for the worse, prompting lobsterman Bruce Steeves of Raymond, Maine, to get an early start as he readies his traps, Thursday, in Portland, Maine. Rain is expected to dominate the weather for the next two days. “People who sleep until 10 o’clock miss the prettiest part of the day,” said Steeves.

 
 
 
 

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