This week is going to be hot; temperatures over 100 degrees by Saturday, NWS says
SPOKANE, Wash. — Dress light and stay cool, because it is going to be getting hot this week!
The National Weather Service says in just the early days of the week, temperatures will hit the 90s, and even push past 100 in southern Washington.
This week, temperatures will be well into the 100s by Saturday.
Colville, Lewiston, Moses Lake, Ritzville, Wenatchee and Winthrop will be in the 100- to 105-degree range. Bonners Ferry, Pullman and Spokane will be between 97 and 99.
To stay safe in the heat, NWS says you should keep the following in mind:
- Never leave people or pets alone in a closed car
- Drink plenty of water, even if you are not thirsty
- Wear loose-fitting, light-colored clothing
- Spend time in the shade and in air conditioning
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