Scott Sestak, Camden, Komo discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

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Well, so we're looking at Wednesday should be the hottest day of the year so far. Okay. And I guess I can speak in code if you've lived here long enough, you know what this code is, is July. Fifty fifty it's it's close. I think we have turned the corner. There isn't really much of anything in the long range showing any kind of rain or we're back to that cooler temperatures, and usually the way it kinda works here as do have our one last shot of cool rainy, weather, and then we can go to three or four weeks, where it's just sunny. Nice and all that changes whether the temperature stays in the seventies or warms into the eighties, and I think we've kind of moved into that stretch now. So I think summer's here, even though it's not really here if you could've been here and looking at Scott's face when he just went out on a limb there his his entire net just ten stuff when he said summers, here's here the. You were shaking and quaking in the boots here. Just imagining this couple, I, I've given them names already is Fred and EDNA, they've just moved here from somewhere else. And she Fred is going, Ed. Doesn't that man have calendar? They're probably more concerned about, why are they saying it's hot when it's going to be degrees outside, Scott Sestak from KOMO news? Vacate Scott, sir. Northwest family is going school to raise some much-needed money. Komo's Brian Calvert tells us they get another step closer to their goal every time they quench someone's thirst. When I say lemonade stand you likely think of some cute kids raising a buck or two towards toy a trip or perhaps video game. But seven-year-old Camden Thompson has a different goal. He can't wait to set up shop every spring when it finally warms up. You see Camden wants a dog actually. It's more accurate to say Camden needs a dog license like at every moment, mom Torino, our whole world has changed. But he's still.

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