Heatwaves just passed through Seattle

Three days in a row, the temperature on Seattle was over 100 degrees. On Monday 6/28, the peak temperature in Seattle had achieved 108 degrees, which shuttered the history temperature record 105 set on July 2009. The extreme hot weather was caused by the cold atmosphere on south west coast near California, which pushed the hot atmosphere along pacific north coast to the north. The hot air cloud caused the extreme hot weather in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and up to BC, Canada.

I took this sunset picture of downtown Seattle on Dr. Jose Rizal bridge, the temperature was still over 95 degree. You can see the red west sky, with extreme Sun shined Seattle!

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I am a full-time software engineer and an enthusiast photographer. I got the inspiration for photographing from my brother and I love to explore the beauty in the nature world.

Seattle, WA

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