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Nooksack River as viewed from the east bank north of Main Street (June 4, 2018). Photo: My Ferndale News

Relief from the warm temps is in the forecast

Forecasters are calling for a return to more seasonal high temperatures beginning Thursday, June 21st.

High temperatures since Sunday have reached into the 80s around the Ferndale area as recorded by a weather station near Ferndale High School. But forecasters say, after today and tomorrow, a return to high temperatures in the 60s and 70s can be expected.

According to National Weather Service Seattle office forecasters:

A cool, moist marine layer should push inland Wed night and W WA will probably be more or less covered by marine stratus Thursday morning, which should give way to sun breaks in the afternoon. Highs across the interior lowlands should be back into the upper 60s and 70s.


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The probability of precipitation is expected to continue to remain low for the duration of the extended forecast with a momentary exception on Tuesday, Jun 26th, when it is expected to reach 40%.

Stay up-to-date with the most recent forecast for the Ferndale area at the My Ferndale News weather page.

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