If the forecast holds true of a warm Pacific trough moving into the area and displacing our cooler maritime weather, highs are expected between 85 and 95 during the day and 60s at night. Temperatures are expected to be higher inland and in the metro areas. The warmest days are expected to be Monday and Tuesday, however warmer weather will remain late into the week. No rain is expected and humidity levels are expected to drop into the 30% range on the warmer days.
The City has designated the below listed facilities as Emergency Cooling Shelters. In order to activate the Cooling Shelter at the Lake Stevens Senior Center on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, Please contact the Lake Stevens Police Department at (425) 334-9537. Shelters will be accessible between 9 AM and 9 PM each day.
To access the Shelter at Lake Stevens Community Center, please check in at Lake Stevens City Hall located at 1806 Main Street.
Thursday July 27, 2009 Lake Stevens Community Center - 1808 Main Street.
Friday July 27, 2009 Lake Stevens Community Center - 1808 Main Street.