Sure, it’s a scorching one on the market. And it’s solely going to get hotter this weekend, with the Nationwide Climate Service forecasting that temperatures in some locations in Maine may attain near 100 levels on Sunday.
Sadly, this warmth wave is one thing we’ll should get used to, as “excessive warmth days are anticipated to be two to 4 occasions extra frequent by 2050,” in line with the Maine Local weather Council.
It doesn’t matter what the temperature is, although, Mainers will complain about it. So to take your thoughts off the warmth whilst you’re making an attempt to remain cool this weekend, we’ve gathered photographs from our archives to remind you what you’ll be dealing with earlier than too lengthy.
Certain, it’s scorching now, however no less than you’re not strolling in a snowstorm:
You could possibly be swimming as we speak. Or you may be ready for a plow truck to go by earlier than shoveling your driveway a second time:
Or pushing a snowblower:
Hey, no less than a foot of snow isn’t within the forecast this weekend:
And you may stroll on the sidewalk:
This could possibly be what you’re 5 months from now:
And eight months from now:
So, whilst you’re complaining concerning the warmth, do not forget that this was actually three months in the past:
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