Enjoy the warmth — it’s about to vanish.
Northern New England experienced record and near-record temperatures on Wednesday.
The National Weather Service says in Concord, New Hampshire, and in Portland, Maine, the all-time record high temperature for the month of February has been broken. It reached 72 in Concord and 64 in Portland before 3 p.m.
In Burlington, Vermont, it was 61 on Wednesday morning, already breaking the record for the date. But there were flood warnings issued for Vermont rivers, including the Lamoille, the Missisiquoi and the Winooski.
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Typical winter weather is returning Thursday, with highs in the 30s and a chance of light snow or rain.