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Above-normal high temps are in next week’s forecast

Families enjoy the fountain at the Centennial Riverwalk during warm weather with highs in the 80s (July 23, 2018). Photo: My Ferndale News

FERNDALE, Wash. — Weather forecasters are forewarning of much warmer temperatures next week.

National Weather Service (NWS) forecasters in the Seattle office say western Whatcom County can expect an uptick to above normal temperatures peaking Wednesday next week as an upper level ridge builds along the coast into British Columbia.

A return to onshore flow Wednesday night into Thursday will help cool temperatures throughout western Washington forecasters say. Cooling will begin along the coast Thursday and continue into the interior Friday.

Expected highs based on current forecasts are as follows.

– western

– Langely, BC
Monday, June 10th70˚72˚
Tuesday, June 11th76˚75˚
Wednesday, June 12th80˚79˚
Thursday, June 13th75˚75˚
Friday, June 14th72˚72˚
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