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Record weather in Maine set in early November

PORTLAND, Maine – Temperature records were broken across the state on Saturday.

In Caribou, the temperature reached 73 degrees, breaking the previous record for the date of 67, set in 1982.

In Bangor, the high was also 73 degrees, beating the previous record of 71, set in 1938.

The most impressive record was set in Portland, where the temperature reached 75 degrees.

Not only is it a record for the date, breaking the previous record of 71 degrees set in 1994, but it is the all-time warmest high temperature recorded for November. The previous record for warmest temperature in November was 74 degrees, set in 2020, 2003, 1987 and 1974.

The unseasonably warm weather will also continue into the second half of the weekend.


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