Record-breaking temperatures kept coming Monday after a hot weekend as a heatwave baking Western Washington made its mark on Skagit County with triple-digit temperatures.

Before noon Monday, it was already 100 degrees in the Marblemount area, in the upper 90s around Sedro-Woolley and in the 80s on the western end of the county.

— Reporters Kimberly Cauvel, Trevor Pyle and Brandon Stone contributed to this report.

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jcorso

On Westwood Ct. in Anacortes we went from 108° at 4pm yesterday to 60° at 5am today. Same thermometer. That’s 49° In 13 hours gotta be a record.

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