The Columbia River may still be too cold for humans this week, but temperatures out of the water could reach an unseasonably warm 85 degrees.
The Columbia River may still be too cold for humans this week, but temperatures out of the water could reach an unseasonably warm 85 degrees. Tri-City Herald file
The Columbia River may still be too cold for humans this week, but temperatures out of the water could reach an unseasonably warm 85 degrees. Tri-City Herald file

Get out the shorts and tank tops — highs in the 80s forecast in Tri-Cities

April 30, 2017 11:54 AM

UPDATED April 30, 2017 11:54 AM

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