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Heat Advisory issued July 30 at 5:08PM PDT until July 30 at 8:00PM PDT by NWS

...HOT CONDITIONS AGAIN THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN THE LEWISTON AREA... ...HEAT ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PDT THIS EVENING... * TEMPERATURES...HIGHS 99 TO 104. * TIMING...TEMPERATURES WILL GRADUALLY COOL AFTER 8 PM. * LOCATIONS...WENATCHEE...OMAK...WATERVILLE...ENTIAT. * IMPACTS...HOT TEMPERATURES WILL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO CREATE

Tonight

Lo71° Mostly Clear

Thursday

Hi100° Hot

Thursday Night

Lo67° Mostly Clear

Friday

Hi96° Hot

Friday Night

Lo71° Partly Cloudy

Saturday

Hi97° Slight Chc Thunderstorms

Saturday Night

Lo71° Slight Chc Thunderstorms

Sunday

Hi98° Hot

Sunday Night

Lo72° Partly Cloudy

Monday

Hi99° Hot

Barry Stains of Wentchee gets help from his daughter Micaela, 8 and son Armando, 4 in getting his Incredible Hulk suit painted on.
The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

Barry Stains of Wentchee gets help from his daughter Micaela, 8 and son Armando, 4 in getting his Incredible Hulk suit painted on. The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

The 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics happened Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

Sabra Siltman of Cashmere wisely brought a umbrella. She was the top fundraiser for the 5th year in a row. This year she raised $8,765.

Sabra Siltman of Cashmere wisely brought a umbrella. She was the top fundraiser for the 5th year in a row. This year she raised $8,765.

Barry Stains of Wenatchee, Hulks out during the 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics on Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

Barry Stains of Wenatchee, Hulks out during the 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics on Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park. Participants usually use the swimming area at the park and plunge into the Columbia River, but due to the river drawdown the area is very muddy, so the Wenatchee Fire Department stepped in to douse the group. The event drew about 70 participants who raised a record setting amount of over $20,000.

Daphne Maxime of Wenatchee, know as “Auntie Ducky,” seemed right at home.

Daphne Maxime of Wenatchee, know as “Auntie Ducky,” seemed right at home.

Wenatchee firefighter Dustin Armitage douses the crowd duing the 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics on Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park.

Wenatchee firefighter Dustin Armitage douses the crowd duing the 2014 Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics on Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park.