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    Jacob Hebert, 4, of Tilton, New Hampshire, jumps a wave while exploring the shoreline at Ogunquit Beach on Wednesday.

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    Joe Albani, of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, reacts to the cold water while taking a dip with Leslie Daniels of Sturbridge, Massachusetts, at Ogunquit Beach on the warmest day in Maine since last September.

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    Rayne Grace Hoke, floral manager at O'Donal's Nursery in Gorham, sports a sunhat while cutting daffodils for flower arrangements on Wednesday. The first hot-weather day of the season was greeted warmly by a relieved, winter-weary populace.

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    Students from Wells-based Laugh & Learn Preschool frolic in a meadow during a field trip on Wednesday at Smiling Hill Farm in Westbrook.

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    Visitors to Ogunquit Beach enjoy temperatures in the 80s Wednesday. It'll be warm Thursday too, but thunderstorms are predicted.

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    Yanni Papas, of Old Orchard Beach, walks under the pier at the beach Wednesday. Papas, who is originally from Athens, Greece, was planning to walk to Pine Point and back, an activity he enjoys when the weather is nice.

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    Brady Harris, 4, of Barrington, New Hampshire, leaps into the water at Ogunquit Beach while visiting the town with his family Wednesday.

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    Elias Maidana, 3, stands along the edge of the waterline with a balloon at Gooch's Beach in Kennebunk.

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    After stealing second base Jhon Nunez of the Portland Sea Dogs takes his helmet off, presumably to cool down, during a break in the action at Hadlock Field in Portland where the game time temperature was 86 degrees Wednesday.

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    Young Portland Sea Dogs fan Emmet Keith 2, takes in the action with his sister Amelia 9, and mother Becky at Hadlock field Wednesday. It was t-shirt and shorts weather at Hadlock where the game time temperature was 86 degrees. The Keith family if from North Yarmouth.

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    Fans cheer on the Portland Sea Dogs at Hadlock field Wednesday on a night that felt like summer, after a cold and rainy spring.

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