West Seattle Weather Watch: Welcome back to normalcy

(Wednesday sunset photo by Jim Clark)
As of 9 o’clock tonight, the “excessive heat warning” officially expired. Temperatures are into the 70s and said to be heading for the 60s. At tonight’s Summer Concerts at Hiawatha show (earlier coverage here), that was a huge topic we heard buzzing through the crowd – so many people had trouble sleeping last night and were looking forward to catching up tonight. As for the official forecast, looks like 80s for the next several days. (Now that we can think clearly again, we can all start polishing up our stories of The Hottest Day In Seattle History for the kids/grandkids/out-of-town relatives – darn, we never did get around to the fry-egg-on-sidewalk experiment – right on the heels of Snowpocalypse ’08.)

2 Replies to "West Seattle Weather Watch: Welcome back to normalcy"

  • nice July 31, 2009 (10:15 am)

    Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! I did lose my mind during this period. Not fun!

  • diane August 1, 2009 (6:12 pm)

    thanks for the great photo Jim
    I was sitting on Harbor watching this view, gorgeous sunset, trying to cool down, from 8:30 to 11ish on hottest day/night ever; and thought it would be fantastic photo op; so glad someone got it and shared; much appreciated
    the water really was that color

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