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6/26/2015 Major Heat Wave Begins This Weekend

“The second heat wave of June will strike Washington on Saturday, as temperatures soar into the 100s east of the Cascades, and 90s in interior western areas. The hottest central areas could peak at 110-112 degrees, while eastern border areas may reach 105 degrees...”
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Recent Outlooks

6/19/2015 Summer-Like Weather Continues

“Conditions that are more typical of July should continue during the outlook period, as very warm and dry weather is likely in the coming days. While no major pattern changes are expected through the middle of next week, there will be some day to day variability, as periodic pushes of marine air work to moderate temperatures and increase winds on occasion...”
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6/12/2015 Pleasant This Weekend; Mainly Dry and Warmer Again Early Next Week

“Washington can look forward to more pleasant weather this weekend relative to the oppressive heat of earlier this week. However, high temperatures will nonetheless remain above normal in the coming days, as mainly dry conditions persist...”
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6/5/2015 Becoming Very Hot This Weekend Into Next Week

“Hopefully you enjoyed this week's pleasant weather, since it will soon be a distant memory. Hot and dry weather on Saturday should give way to potentially record-breaking heat by Sunday into early next week. Highs may peak at 105 degrees in the hottest parts of central Washington, while eastern areas around Pullman and Spokane could reach the mid 90s...”
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