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Summer heat to end: 48 days above 80 degrees is a record-breaker

“After logging a record number of hot days this year, Western Washington is facing some wetter, cooler weather.

It’s been an exceptionally warm, dry summer, as evidenced by a record set Wednesday [August 26] for the highest number of days with temperatures above 80 degrees in a year. The record now stands at 48 days.

That’s about to change.

On Friday, a storm system is expected to move in and bring 1 to 2½ inches of rain through the weekend. The forecast for early next week shows more of the same,” quoting Stacia Glenn, Tacoma News Tribune.
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Posted by Steve on August 28, 2015 at 6:59 am | Permalink

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