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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