Record-breaking heat wave strikes Pacific Northwest, causing power outages
A heat wave hit the Pacific Northwest, and stores sold out of portable air conditioners and fans. Many cities have opened cooling centers. Portland, Oregon, reached 112 degrees Sunday, according to the National Weather Service, beating its previous record of 108, set on Saturday. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport broke its previous daily record by 12 degrees Saturday, according to the National Weather Service, reaching an all-time high of 102.
Mon, Jun 28 20211:06 PM EDT