WeatherWatcher: Next Heatwave prompts Heat Advisory to be issued

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Photo by Carl Dinse

We have another summer heatwave moving in and this one is here to stay for a while. The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a Heat Advisory for Monday from 10am until 9pm. Warmest temperatures are expected to peak between 2pm and 8pm, exceeding 90 degrees. At this time the advisory is for Monday only, but temperatures are expected to remain warm all week long and into next weekend.

Forecast: All week, highs in the upper 80's and low 90's are expected, with Monday, Tuesday, next Saturday and Sunday being the warmest of the bunch. Wednesday - Friday highs are expected to be down to the upper 80's. Lows all week and next weekend are expected to be in the low 60's. Clear nights and sunny days.

Some forecasts indicate Shoreline and Lake Forest Park might be a little cooler than Seattle proper by about 3-5 degrees, so there's a chance we might stay a little cooler than forecasted. Longer range indicates we might return back to normal temperatures once again after next weekend.

Here's the temperature graph for July so far, compared to average:

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