Wenatchee heated up to 93 degrees on Saturday, setting a new record for high temperature that day.
The previous record of 90 was set in 1995.
The temperature recorded at the Wenatchee Water Plant reached 95, which tied the previous record set in 2009.
Omak also set a new record, reaching 94 and besting the old record set in 1938.
Ephrata and Chief Joseph Dam also recorded temperatures of 95, which tied the previous high records.
Temperatures will cool off considerably this week, with highs in the mid 70s.
“Our record-setting temperatures are done for the season,” said Robin Fox, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Spokane.