All-time record highs will shatter across the Pacific Northwest as burn bans go up across Washington state.
Kirkland and King County Health are working on their emergency response plans for the coming heatwave.
Many weather records could be shattered this weekend and early next week with temperatures over 110 in the PNW.
The midweek cool off appears to be fizzling out and next weekend could be a scorcher.
So far, June has delivered a record high, the coldest day in 9 years, and above average rainfall.
Southeastern Washington has a great chance of thunderstorms, but western Washington could be a legion of boom today.
Seattle's soggy Sunday is a repeat of June 13, 2020, when over an inch of rain fell.
Some spots could see a month of rain over the next 3 days.
[KIRKLAND] – (MTN) Meteorological summer starts on June 1 and the weather gods are smiling upon Puget Sound with warm temperatures ahead. The entire Kirkland-Bellevue-Woodinville area...
The rain deficit in Western Washington continues to grow with the regional dry season only weeks away.