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Cloudy, wet conditions a prelude to a hot week ahead

Thunderstorm moved through Yelm area at 4am this morning
Photo courtesy: Rich Marriott, KING 5 TV News, Seattle

With the rare thunder storm moving across the Puget Sound region from the southwest early this morning, the National Weather Service forecast for the upcoming week reflects more normal end-of-July weather beginning Monday through the end of the month, with full sunny days and temperatures in the mid to upper 80’s, culminating in mid-90’s next weekend, with the potential to break some record highs in the upper 90’s by July 30.

Keep hydrated, sun-protected and aware of the heat’s effects on your pets.
Click here for the Yelm area forecast.

Posted by Steve on July 22, 2016 at 7:22 am | Permalink

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