"Very dry conditions and continued high temperatures are a severe concern."
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While being billed as a "full reopening," some restrictions remain.
Cooler, but not cool, temperatures are expected to arrive beginning tomorrow and there is only a meager expectation of rain in the extended forecast.
This is a relatively rare occurrence brought on by the high-pressure system and the heat it brought.
This story includes a list of resources and services available throughout Whatcom County during the extreme heat.
People should be aware of the signs of heat-related illnesses including heat rash, sunburn, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
The pole ended up falling across the road.
Help is available even if you already have received assistance or have been denied assistance before.
"Washingtonians can expect more proclamations to be rescinded in the coming days, prior to Washington’s scheduled reopening."