Kate Hipple plays ball with her dog Finn at Hayford Park in Bangor earlier this month when the temperature reached nearly 40 degrees. Credit: Linda Coan O'Kresik / BDN

It felt like spring in Bangor on Wednesday as the city broke a decades-old high temperature record.

The high temperature reached 65 degrees Fahrenheit, 8 degrees higher than the previous record set in 1984, when temperatures reached up to 57 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Although it would be nice for this warm weather to stick around, it’s not going to.

Temperatures are going to dive Wednesday night with a low of around 11 degrees. With windchill, it will feel like -1 degrees, NSW Caribou reports.

The cold weather will continue with temperatures expected to be near 25 degrees on Thursday, but it will still feel like -1 degrees with the windchill.

It can’t get worse than that, right? Wrong.

Friday is going to bring Bangor a predicted 3-7 inches of snow with a high temperature of 17 degrees — wind chills making it feel as low as zero, NWS Caribou reports.

Guess there’s still time to snowshoe after all.