Monday was the 3rd consecutive day with record high temperatures.


Today is the 3rd consecutive day of record high temperatures in the Wenatchee Valley. We set a record on Saturday of 59 degrees, which beat the old record of 57 set back in 1962. Sunday the thermometer topped out at 58 degrees at Pangborn Airport, which tied the old record set in 1967.

On Monday, more of the same, we reached a high temperature of 57 which shattered the 1967 record of 52 degrees.

The National Weather Service is predicting somewhat cooler temperatures on Tuesday down into the lower 50’s. Our normal high temperature for this time of year is 39 degrees.