Northern New England beats warm weather records

It felt more like spring than winter around northern New England on Saturday with record high temperatures set around the region. Portland, Maine, hit a high of 63 degrees (17 degrees Celsius), beating the old record of 54 (12  degrees Celsius) set in 2017. The National Weather Service says Concord, New Hampshire also had record warmth with a high of 61 degrees (16 degrees Celsius) as did Burlington, Vermont at 59 degrees (15 degrees Celsius).