HOT Sunday with Record High Temperatures Expected

A Heat Advisory has been issued by Seattle National Weather Service through 9 p.m. Sunday.  Temperatures will get into the mid/upper 80s to mid 90s.  Please monitor the young and the elderly along with making sure pets are watered and not overheated. Do not leave babies, children, people, or pets in the car this weekend.  Remember that our lakes and rivers are still very cold.  Cold water shock can occur.  

Tonight:  Clear and mild. Lows will be warm enough to set record warm low temperatures.  Lows upper 50’s to low 60’s.  Seatac current warm low record is 62° set in 2006.

Sunday:  Very hot for the central and south sound, including the foothills.  Areas away from the water will have the most heat.  South of Everett to Seattle highs mid 80’s to mid 90’s.  South of Seattle, Olympia, and foothills will have highs in the upper 80’s to high 90’s.   Cooler air arrives on the coast, low/mid 80s. Overnight lows will remain mild in the upper 50’s.

Monday: Areas of low clouds in the morning clear to mostly sunny for the afternoon. Cooler high temperatures upper 70’s to low 80’s.

Tuesday:  Cooler, cloudy morning.  Gradual afternoon clearing, Highs upper 60’s to low 70’s.

Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson

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