WHATCOM COUNTY, Wash. — Weather forecasts for locations around Whatcom County warn to expect unseasonably high temperatures starting today, Thursday, July 29th, through Sunday, peaking between 80° and 95° at different locations around the county on Saturday.
Forecast high temperatures as of July 29th are as follows.
Washington Emergency Management Division recommends the following steps you can take now to try and keep your home cool:
- Do not rely on a fan as your primary cooling device
- Cover windows with drapes or shades
- Weather-strip doors and windows
- Use window reflectors such as aluminum foil-covered cardboard to reflect heat back outside
- Add insulation to keep the heat out
- Learn to recognize the signs of heat illness.
They also recommend seeking out places equipped with air conditioning such as libraries, shopping malls and community centers to beat the heat.
The extended Whatcom County weather forecast calls for the heat to subside Monday with seasonally cool temperatures returning and remaining through the rest of the week.