Washington Palouse Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Heat Advisory
Statement as of 4:50 AM PDT op 01 juli 2015

... Heat advisory remains in effect from 1 PM this afternoon to
9 PM PDT Friday...

* temperatures... highs in the upper 90s to 105. Lows in the mid
60s.

* Locations... George... Royal City... Mattawa... Connell... La
Crosse Starbuck... Pomeroy... Lewiston... Clarkston... .

* impacts... if you plan to be active be prepared for more hot
weather. Drink plenty of water. If you are outdoors... take
breaks from vigorous activity and rest in the shade.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When
possible... reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or
evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat
stroke. Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when
possible and drink plenty of water.

To reduce risk during outdoor work the occupational safety and
health administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks
in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by
heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke
is an emergency... call 911. A heat advisory means that a period
of hot temperatures is expected. Very hot temperatures can create
a situation in which heat illnesses are possible. Drink plenty of
fluids... stay in an air- conditioned room... stay out of the
sun... and check up on relatives and neighbors.





Record Report
Statement as of 10:50 am PDT on July 1, 2015

... New June temperature records set during the June 28th and 29th
heat wave...

Note: a few sites noted below with a * broke their all time
temperature record

... New June high temperature records...

Site new record old record (date) records began
Spokane Arpt WA 105 101 (june 23 1992) 1881
Wenatchee Arpt WA 109 105 (june 23 1992) 1959
Lewiston Arpt ID 111 109 (june 22 1936) 1881
Ephrata WA 110 106 (june 30 1998) 1948
Omak WA 110 103 (june 30 2008) 1931
Pullman WA 105 98 (june 24 1992) 1940
Bonners Ferry id* 105 98 (june 30 2008) 1907
chief Joseph dam wa* 113 108 (june 23 1992) 1949
Chelan wa* 110 102 (june 22 1958) 1890
Colville WA 108 102 (june 29 2008) 1899
Conconully WA 100 (tied) 100 (june 30 1924) 1894
Coeur D'Alene ID 102 (tied) 102 (june 23 1974) 1895
Davenport WA 102 100 (june 26 1925) 1893
Hartline WA 107 103 (june 23 1992) 1927
Kamiah ID 109 104 (june 21 2005) 1979
La Crosse WA 106 105 (june 23 1936) 1931
Lind WA 109 105 (june 17 1961) 1931
Mazama WA 103 98 (june 23 2004) 1948
Nez Perce ID 100 94 (june 24 1992) 1901
Odessa WA 110 106 (june 17 1961) 1902
plain WA 101 98 (june 22 1992) 1937
Porthill ID 101 98 (june 30 2008) 1892
Rosalia WA 105 102 (june 30 1924) 1893
Sandpoint ID 102 96 (june 25 1992) 1910
Winchester ID 95 90 (june 30 2008) 1939
Winthrop WA 103 (tied) 103 (june 26 1925) 1906
Saint Maries ID 106 100 (june 29 1990) 1897
boundary dam wa* 105 99 (june 24 1992) 1965
Republic WA 104 102 (june 26 1925) 1899
Waterville WA 102 101 (june 28 1896) 1893

... New June warm low temperatures records...

Site new record old record (date) records began
Spokane Arpt WA 74 71 (june 30 2008) 1881
Wenatchee Arpt WA 77 75 (june 30 2008) 1959
Lewiston Arpt ID 79 76 (june 25 1928) 1881
Pullman WA 67 (tied) 67 (june 23 1970) 1940
Bonners Ferry ID 70 68 (june 24 1970) 1907
chief Joseph dam 70 (tied) 70 (june 28 1992) 1949
Colville WA 76 65 (june 28 2002) 1899
Coeur D'Alene ID 74 66 (june 28 2006) 1895
Davenport WA 75 72 (june 21 1918) 1893
Coulee Dam 1 SW WA 79 72 (june 30 1987) 1934
Holden Village WA 61 60 (june 27 2003) 1962
Kamiah ID 67 66 (june 13 1999) 1979
Lind WA 77 75 (june 30 2008) 1931
Nez Perce ID 69 64 (june 7 1977) 1901
plain WA 64 (tied) 64 (june 20 1985) 1937
Rosalia WA 73 69 (june 29 1939) 1893
Sandpoint ID 72 67 (june 22 1955) 1910
Wenatchee wtr plant WA 76 72 (june 26 1992) 1931
Winchester ID 69 62 (june 27 2002) 1939
Wilbur WA 73 69 (june 27 1992) 1892
Saint Maries ID 75 68 (june 27 1990) 1897
Republic WA 70 65 (june 23 1933) 1899