GRAY, Maine (AP) — A dry and warm weather pattern is returning to Maine after the state’s first drenching in weeks.

The National Weather Service says it expects dry conditions will return to Maine on Thursday and Friday and stick around for the next 7 to 10 days with increasing heat.

Meteorologist Tom Hawley says some places could see temperatures climb into the 90s early next week.

Wednesday’s rains drenched much of Maine in the first significant rainfall in the state in more than a month.


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