Spring has arrived, but in Maine it hasn't sprung just yet.

After a cold start to April, temperatures will slowly start to feel more seasonable. While it's not the most dramatic warm-up, it will feel considerably better than the upper-30 degree temperatures the state has been experiencing.

According to the National Weather Service in Caribou by Friday the Bangor area and Downeast could see temps in the mid-50's.

We know you're tired of snow and sleet, but officials are cautioning that the area could see more of it early next week.

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