Weather

Late-Week Heat Could Soar To Record Levels Across Pacific Northwest

An already mild stretch in the Pacific Northwest will kick into another gear late this week as temperatures soar near-to or at record levels. The upcoming heat will have warm weather fans rejoicing, but can put a strain on some residents who are not yet accustomed to such high temperatures this early in the year.…

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Garden Guru – Wind, Weather, Potted Gardens

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday during the growing season to help us green our thumbs. In Episode 8, Parsons talks about some cool overnight temps this week in the Upper Wenatchee Valley, ways to keep the wind at bay and getting your “potted garden” ready on your deck or…

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This Week’s Rain Only Slightly Helpful For NCW Summer Water Supply

Conservation and drought – two words you don’t to hear when forecasting the state water supply through September. Marcus Bellissimo reports this week’s rain meant good things for some areas of Central Washington at risk of drought this year. The lowland precipitation will help with soil moisture, but it won’t make up for the shortage…

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Sage Hills Reopening Delayed to Protect Mule Deer, Trails

The popular hiking and biking trails in Sage Hills and Horse Lake Reserve in the Wenatchee Foothills won’t be opening April 1 like usual – April 5 is the now the tentative reopen date. The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust and Chelan PUD decided to delay the reopening to help wildlife and trail conditions. Chelan County also…

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Studded Tire Removal Deadline This Sunday, March 31

You now have less than a week to get your studded tires off your car. The Washington Transportation Dept. said with a record-setting winter finally in the books, the arrival of spring means drivers have until Sunday, March 31, to remove studded tires. Starting Monday, April 1, drivers with studs face a $136 fine.

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