Seattle is poised to extend the record of days over 90 degrees in a single year on Thursday.
Temperatures will approach 90 as smoke delivers moderately unhealthy air.
Tuesday through Friday will see temperatures soar into the 90s with little nighttime relief.
After a cool and wet May and June, the 4th of July weekend is bringing more of the same.
Heavy rain and strong winds in the eastern lowlands and up to 18 inches of snow in the mountain passes.
Hospitalizations declined sharply over the previous week while tempers flare and medical workers are targeted.
Reporting issues and data backlogs at the DoH has created uncertainty on the current situation and future trends.
A local Woodinville man got a big surprise when a stranger showed up at his door.