SEATTLE (AP) - Seattle has recorded the hottest temperature in its history.
The National Weather Service recorded 102 degrees at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, breaking a
previous record of 100 degrees, set most recently in 1994.
Jay Albrecht with the National Weather Service says that's the hottest it has been in Seattle since temperatures were first
recorded in 1891. He says temperatures could keep climbing.
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