The Odessa Record -

By Roger Harnack
Franklin Connection 

Heat advisory issued through June 3


Last updated 6/2/2021 at 5:40pm

National Weather Service

PASCO — Most of Eastern Washington will remain under a heat advisory through 8 p.m. Thursday night, June 3, as temperatures break into the 100s for the first time this summer.

According to the National Weather Service, the Lower Columbia Valley can expect temperatures to remain at or above 100 degrees.

The temperature already hit 104 degrees in the Pasco area today, June 2, officials said.

"Hot temperatures may cause heat illnesses," the National Weather Service advisory said, noting temperatures will remain in the mid-100s in the area from Othello north to Omak and Grand Coulee, includin...

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