SPOKANE, Wash. - With temperatures expected to hit triple digits in many places, a heat advisory was declared across the Inland Northwest Monday.
The heat advisory was set for 12pm-10pm Monday. Temperatures were expected to rise to between 97 and 105 degrees in many areas.
Here are the locations predicted to hit triple digits:
Here are the places predicted to break record daytime highs:
Lewiston, Ephrata, and Omak were expected to tie record high temperatures Monday.
Tuesday was expected to be even hotter.
Heat is the number one weather-related killer in the U.S. To help avoid heat stroke and exhaustion wear light, loose clothes, hydrate often, and limit the amount of time spent outside. It is recommended people do not leave pets in cars. It is also a good idea to check on elderly relatives and neighbors who may be more vulnerable to the heat.