A man walks in downtown Pasco in May  2021. Some of the state’s hottest areas, like the Tri-Cities, have also seen the biggest population growth over the last two decades.
(Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
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See where heat waves are expected to intensify in WA

Already scorching areas of Washington will likely get hotter as climate change continues, experts say. Without widespread air conditioning, those temperatures can pose health risks. But that's not deterring new residents from moving there. Updated

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