Record temperatures are being set or tied across the Pacific Northwest, as an unprecedented extreme heat wave strikes the region.
Of note: Seattle reached an all-time high of 104°F and Portland broke its record set Saturday by 4°F when it hit 112°F Sunday. Canada smashed its all-time high temperature record for the entire country, by nearly 3°F, when Lytton, British Colombia, hit 116°F Sunday.
Temperature anomaly across the Pacific Northwest on the afternoon of June 27. Image: Weathermodels.com
The scene at Alki Beach in Seattle, Washington, on June 27. Photo: Chona Kasinger/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A cooling center at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon, on June 27. Photo: Nathan Howard/Getty Images
The scene at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team Trials at Hayward Field on June 26 in Eugene, Oregon. Organizers suspended the event
for five hours on June 27 because of the heat. Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images
A fountain pool under the heat wave warning at Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 24. Photo: Liang Sen/Xinhua via Getty Images
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