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    Posted August 8, 2014 by
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    Major Heatwave to Hit Washington on Monday August 11, 2014

     
    Major Heatwave is on its way for State of Washington on Monday August 11, 2014 and the Temperature will be 30+ Degrees Celsius and the Humidex will be 35+ Degrees Celsius Especially in Seattle Washington and Spokane Washington and it will be Very Hot and it will also Hit Portland Oregon and it will be Hot and Sunny in the State of Washington and the Humidex will be Very High and People in State of Washington Be Prepared have your Sunscreen, Sunblock, Hats and Sunglasses Ready and Turn on the Fans and Air Conditioners to Keep you Cool and Limit your Outdoor Activities such as Playing Tennis, Badminton, Outdoor Sports, Biking, Running and Walking and when you are going for a walk don't walk too far and when you are inside Turn on the Air Conditioners and Fans to keep you Cool and Get in the Swimming Pool to get Cooled Off and Stay Out of the Direct Sunlight and Stay in the Shade and Drink Lots of Water to Keep you Hydrated and when you are going for a walk Wear your Sunscreen, Hats and Sunglasses to Protect yourself from the Sun and when you are going for a Walk Don't Walk Too Far because it will be Hot and Sunny in Seattle Washington and it will also Hit Portland Oregon and if you have anybody Living in State of Washington Be Prepared for the Major Heatwave on Monday Stay Cool and Don't Get Too Hot Be Safe.

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