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Updated: Unprecedented heatwave obliterates weather records from Canada to California

More records will fall in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Canada today as the heatwave moves east.

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[KIRKLAND] – (MTN) The heatwave that roasted the Pacific Northwest isn’t over, with eastern Washington, Oregon, and Idaho facing all-time record highs on Tuesday. For the western side of the Cascades and Siskiyous, things will be closer to normal except the central lowlands and southwestern Washington, where highs will be 15 to 20 degrees above normal.

Here is a list of new all-time records that were set during the heatwave, which continues in eastern Washington and Canada:

Washington All-Time Highs

  • Richland – 118 degrees June 29, which ties the all-time record high for the state of Washington with Dallesport Airport on June 28 and Ice Harbor Dam, the original record holder
  • Dallesport Airport reached 118 degrees which tied the all-time record high for the state of Washington
  • Bellingham – 99 degrees
  • Hanford – 115 degrees
  • Hoquiam – 103 degrees
  • Olympia – 110 degrees
  • Quillayute – 110 degrees
  • Seattle – 108 degrees
  • Spokane – 109 degrees June 29
  • Vancouver – 115 degrees

Oregon

  • Astoria – 101 degrees (tie)
  • Corvallis – 110 degrees
  • Eugene – 111 degrees
  • Hermiston – 117 degrees June 29
  • Hillsboro – 114 degrees
  • Hood River – 109 degrees
  • McMinnville – 114 degrees
  • Medford – 115 degrees
  • Pendleton – 113 degrees
  • Portland (Airport) – 116 degrees
  • Redmond – 110 degrees
  • Roseburg – 114 degrees
  • Salem, Oregon reached 117 degrees, which is the highest temperature ever recorded west of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon or Washington
  • Troutdale – 116 degrees

California All-Time Highs

  • Yreka – 109 degrees (tie)
  • Sandberg – 107 degrees

Canada All-Time Highs

  • Lytton, British Columbia set an all-time high of 121 degrees (49.6 C) which is also the highest temperature ever recorded in Canada on June 29, breaking the record set on June 28
  • Nahanni Bute, Northwest Territories – 101 degrees, which is an all-time record for the Northwest Territory
  • Banff, Alberta – 98 degrees
  • Calgary, Alberta – 94 degrees
  • Edmonton, Alberta – 94 degrees
  • Grand Prairie, Alberta – 101 degrees
  • Jasper, Alberta – 102 degrees
  • Abbotsford, British Columbia – 109 degrees
  • Kelowna, British Columbia – 109 degrees
  • Prince George, British Columbia – 101 degrees
  • Squamish, British Columbia – 109 degrees
  • Victoria, British Columbia – 103 degrees
  • Whistler, British Columbia – 106 degrees
  • Williams Lake, British Columbia – 101 degrees
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