220727-newslocal-hotgame 01.jpg

Wenatchee AppleSox baseball fan Jen Effrig, East Wenatchee, fans herself under the shade of her umbrella as she sits in the sun waiting for the Tuesday night game to begin against Cowlitz. With the temperature hovering at 100 degrees, most fans headed for the shady part of the baseball stadium. Effrig says she has had season tickets for three years.

WENATCHEE — Those experiencing the heat that has gripped North Central Washington for much of the past week should soon see relief, but not before another scorching weekend.

An excessive heat warning issued by the National Weather Service is currently set to expire at 11 p.m. on Sunday. According to the National Weather Service, the high temperature Saturday is 107 degrees and the high Sunday is 108 degrees.

Triple-digit temperatures hit Wenatchee
Triple digits in Wenatchee: When energy use spikes, here's how to cool your cooling bill
Tips to reduce summer energy use
How to stay safe in this week's heat wave


Mitchell Roland: (509) 661-5201

roland@wenatcheeworld.com or

on Twitter @roland_mitchell

Better than a comments section

Discuss the news on NABUR,
a place to have local conversations


The Neighborhood Alliance for Better Understanding and Respect
A site just for our local community
Focused on facts, not misinformation
Free for everyone

Join the community
What's NABUR?