Western Washington residents preparing for summer temperatures

SEATTLE — A parked ice cream truck is a surefire sign that summer is here.

“That’s a big factor, the weather, as people ask us here. When will you be here, we said, “We’re just watching the sun,” said Cosmic Ice Cream’s Shane Tissot.

Shane and Sabrina are the couple behind the dessert cart. They say they’ve always wanted to run a food truck and are using the pandemic as a sign from the universe to try something new, something sinister.

“We really needed something to take us a little further,” said Sabrina.

On the longest day of the year – the first day of summer – they take all the customers Mother Nature has to offer. Summer is finally unfolding after a long, wet winter – with warmer temperatures that might remind you of last year, unprecedented triple-digit temperatures that sent air conditioners flying off the shelves.

“Last summer was ridiculous,” said JJ Mangum of McLendon Hardware in Renton.

Mangum says his shop ramped up air-conditioning supplies weeks ago and is ready for the next rush once temperatures rise.

“We’re ready to go, sure I’d say about fifty units and a pallet, we’re sure ready to go,” he said.

While a heatwave is on the horizon, experts don’t expect it to hit triple digits again any time soon, which is good news for a couple planning to make a living in the back of a truck.

“I’m looking forward to a normal summer where people feel calm, relaxed and happy and look forward to the life they get to enjoy,” said Sabrina Tissot.

https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/summer-temperatures-seattle-warm-weather/281-3a73b0de-f952-4a8b-bc35-d5c879c054d4 Western Washington residents preparing for summer temperatures

Alley Einstein

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