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article imagePhoto Essay: Summer on the Pacific Ocean Special

By Matt Harding     Jul 21, 2011 in Travel
The heat wave that is gripping most of the United States hasn't yet made its way to the northwest, including the Washington coast of the largest of all oceans: the Pacific.
It's summertime in Washington State but it sure doesn't feel like it. Temperatures across the United States are in the 80s, 90s, and in some areas, you'll see triple digits. (Note for those who use Celsius: for example, 100 degrees Fahrenheit equals approximately 38 degrees Celsius).
However, in Washington, 70 degrees would be considered hot. This coming weekend in the northwestern state, temps are expected to reach 75 degrees, maybe even 80. But, for the past few days, it's been hovering around 60.
My dad and I headed to the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday, July 19. With a hoodie and a windbreaker on, I proceeded to take the following pictures. Also take a look at the article preceding this one.
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Tsunami warning sign off of the Pacific Ocean
Tsunami warning sign off of the Pacific Ocean
Tsunami warning sign off of the Pacific Ocean
Tsunami warning sign off of the Pacific Ocean
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