Boston ties record-high temperature for May 14, several New England areas hit new highs

BOSTON (CBS) — Boston was among several cities and towns across New England that either tied or broke a record for highest temperature on May 14.

According to National Weather Service, Boston tied a record high at 86 degrees, matching a mark set in 1879.

Here were all the spots across New England that hit record highs for May 14, per NWS:

Maine:

Augusta ME – 91 (previous high: 87 in 1961)
Bangor, ME – 91 (previous high: 87 in 1961)
Caribou, ME – 82 (previous high: 81 in 1961)
Millinocket, ME – 91 (previous high: 87 in 1961)
Portland, ME – 84 (previous high: 81 in 1961)

New Hampshire:

Manchester, NH – 91 (previous high: 81 in 2004)

Vermont:

Burlington, VT – 88 (previous high: 86 in 1961)
Montpelier, VT – 88 (previous high: 85 in 1961)
Morrisville, VT – 88 (previous high: 86 in 2004)
Saint Johnsbury, VT – 89 (previous high: 85 in 2004)
Springfield, VT – 88 (previous high: 84 in 2004)

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