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Week starts off with triple digits

 

Last updated 8/9/2022 at 7:19am



RITZVILLE – After a brief reprieve from triple digit highs, Adams County was back under an excessive heat warning Monday and Tuesday.

The National Weather Service said the temperatures Monday and Tuesday were expected to range from 100 to 106 degrees across regions of Adams County.

The warning was in effect from noon Monday through 11 p.m. Tuesday night.

Nearby Grant, Douglas and southern Lincoln counties were also under the warning.

Meanwhile, most of the rest of Eastern Washington was under a heat advisory, with daily highs to range from the mid-90s to 102 degrees.

Ritzville was expected to reach 102 degrees on Tuesday, before dropping back into the mid-90s the rest of the week.

Overnight lows here were expected to hover around 70 degrees through Wednesday morning, before dropping into the 60s overnight, then into the mid-to-upper 50s the remainder of the week.

 

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