West Seattle Blog… | WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: What You Need To Know Now That The “Excessive Heat Warning” Has Been Extended
5:07 p.m .: The bird photographed by Jerry simmons had the right idea – a quick dunk to cool off. You’re going to have to keep the tactic of staying cool – even though the temperatures will drop a bit after tomorrow, not that much, so the The national meteorological service has just extended the Excessive heat warning alert one additional day, until Tuesday 11 p.m. A 90s is expected for the highest on this day, no more than 100 like yesterday / today / tomorrow, but it might look like this: “Temperatures linger in the upper 90s on Tuesday with values of d. ‘potentially dangerously hot heat index up to 111’. Here are our key links again (with updated information:
Places to cool off, including libraries and air-conditioned restaurants / bars, as well as ‘cooling centers’ and wading pools
Restaurants change hours or close because of the heat hazard
The city status update reads: “Water and electricity consumption remains within normal operations for utilities”. But if you are a Monday solid waste customer, the plan for Monday has changed again: the waste / recycling crews will come out an hour earlier as previously announced, so take those carts out at 6am, but the waste Food / garden will NOT be picked up on Monday (no word on makeup plan yet – we’ll update when this information becomes available).
6:10 p.m .: SPU has now announced that its Tuesday pickups will also start an hour earlier – details here, and below: