June 27: 101
June 28: 105 (record for June)
June 29: 105 (ditto)
June 30: 103 (record for day, longest consecutive string of triple digit days in June, June finishes with no measurable precipitation))
July 1: 104 (record for day)
July 2: 102
This streak is, however, in jeopardy. A short-wave trough is expected to sag into the Pacific Northwest by tomorrow and the ridge weakens just enough to cool us off a touch and increase the chance of thunderstorm.
I think we'll eke out one more triple-digit day today, but the end of the streak could come tomorrow. The high 90s never looked so good.