Not only is the weather unusually hot, but the water of the Columbia River is also much hotter than normal.
On the Lower Columbia River at Bonneville Dam the water temperature was nearly 71 degrees on Monday, June 30.
It’s the hottest temperature to-date since at least 1950, and the recent 10-year average on June 28 is 63 degrees.
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