It’s So Hot in the Pacific Northwest That Roads Are Breaking Apart
The roads during the extreme heatwave in the Pacific Northwest are expanding, cracking, and breaking apart.
On Sunday, Portland, Oregon, reached 112* breaking the all-time temperature record of 108* ---- which was set just a day earlier.
The temperature hit an all-time record high of 104* in Seattle. The city also had back-to-back triple-digit days for the first time ever.
The hottest temperatures of this historic heatwave are expected across the Pacific Northwest today (Monday), reaching 30+ above normal highs while the low temperatures will only get to the mid-70s this week.
The National Weather Service has issued Excessive Heat Warnings saying that temperatures could reach 110*-120* across Washington, Oregon, and portions of Idaho until Thursday evening.
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