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Weather forecasters are predicting hot weather for our region, with North Bend area temperatures expected to hover in the mid to upper 90s Tuesday, July 26, through Friday, July 29. With nighttime lows remaining in the upper 60s Wednesday through Friday, overnight cooling could be limited in homes without air conditioning.
The National Weather Service has forecasted an extreme heat warning that runs from Tuesday through Friday. For detailed information on weather updates, visit the National Weather Service website, at www.weather.gov/sew. Additional regional updates can be found by following King County Emergency News, at www.kcemergency.com/.
Health and Home Cooling Tips:
During times of extreme heat, your body works extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. Older adults, children, sick and overweight are at greater risk of the effects from extreme heat. Learn the warning signs of heat illness by visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, at www.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/warning.html.
During Periods of extreme heat:
Tips to Keep your Home Cool: