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PORTLAND — After a recent stretch of warm and humid conditions, sweater weather has finally arrived in Maine.

Highs should reach the low 70s Monday in most areas. A cold front will push into northern and western parts of Maine by late afternoon, bringing the chance for a few showers.

The real cool down begins Tuesday. The day starts with a few showers in southern and coastal Maine. Clouds will dominate most of the day, but a few sunny breaks are expected. Highs on Tuesday will be cooler, only in the mid 60s.

It gets even cooler for the second half of the week. Daily high temperatures will only reach the lower 60s. Overnight low temperatures will drop back into the 40s, with 30s possible in northern valleys. Some parts of Maine could even see their first frost of the season.

This will be our first stretch of temperatures in the 60s since Memorial Day weekend.

Clouds and periods of showers are likely Wednesday-Friday, but there will be plenty of dry hours. There are no major storms in the forecast.

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