‘Please stay out of the water,’ WA state officials implore swimmers ahead of heat spike


Officials in Washington State are begging residents to use extreme caution if their plans include swimming during this weekend’s heat spike.

Despite temperatures that are expected to range about 10-15 degrees higher than typical for this time of year, water temperatures will still be very cold, making hypothermia a real risk. Hypothermia becomes a risk when the water is 70 degrees or cooler.

“After a cool and wet spring, most of the population has little to no acclimation to heat and…



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