Sure its hot, but its not record hot. Yakima residents will likely find little relief in knowing that Tuesdays forecast high of 98 degrees is actually 6 degrees below the record high for July 8 of 104, logged in 2012. Temperatures in the Valley are forecast to be above 90 all week, with the coolest day looking to be Thursday at 91, said meteorologist Douglas Weber at the National Weather Service reporting station in Pendleton, Ore. This weekend will be up in the mid-90s or above. While were not busting any records yet the forecast is still several degrees higher than the 30-year average of around 86 degrees for this time of year, Weber said. Id say were going to stay on that trend of 5 to 10 degrees above normal, maybe 15, if you do catch a 100, he said Monday morning. Mondays forecast high was 95, compared to the record high of 100. The first couple weeks of July are traditionally the hottest part of the year, he said. Later in the month, temperatures start to taper off by about 1 degree a week, and continue dropping through August. Theres a slight chance that thunderstorms predicted for central and northern Oregon later this week might make their way far enough north to affect the Yakima Valley, with possible storms here on Saturday night, but Weber says he needs to see more data before making a conclusive forecast.
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Council Vice President Joellen Gross announced her resignation Monday night. With 17 months left to comply with new federal standards for arsenic levels in drinking water, area municipalities are planning system upgrades that will most likely increase water costs to customers. 20 Years Ago July 13, 1994 The Pennridge School Board is expected to received a formal recommendation next week to build a new $20 million middle school. American Safety Clothing Inc. will leave Perkasie and relocate to East Park Avenue in Sellersville. Twenty years after opening in 1974, Nockamixon State Park now draws about 600,000 visitors annually. Continued... 30 Years Ago July 18, 1984 Delbar Products Inc. has been sold to several of its executives, and Raymond Brunner, of Perkasie, has been elected board chairman, president and CEO. Perkasie Borough will begin separate pickup of grass, shrubbery and bruss trimmings in an effort to reduce its landfill disposal costs. Pennview Savings and Loan, which has an office in Silverdale, is offering a 60-month certificate of deposit with an annual interest rate of 12.75 percent. 10 Years Ago July 14, 2004 While PennDOT has plans to temporarily pave over the former Moods Covered Bridge, it has also now pretty much put the fate of the bridge into the hands of East Rockhill Township. For the second time in five months, Sellersville Borough Council will have a vacancy to fill. Council Vice President Joellen Gross announced her resignation Monday night. With 17 months left to comply with new federal standards for arsenic levels in drinking water, area municipalities are planning system upgrades that will most likely increase water costs to customers. 20 Years Ago July 13, 1994 The Pennridge School Board is expected to received a formal recommendation next week to build a new $20 million middle school. American Safety Clothing Inc. will leave Perkasie and relocate to East Park Avenue in Sellersville.