(Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

(Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

Sunny skies on the horizon

PORT TOWNSEND — Many in masks and most socially distancing, people enjoyed the beach at Fort Worden after cloud cover burned off Friday, July 24, 2020.

The National Weather Service forecast is for highs in the 70s today and for the rest of this week in Port Townsend and surrounding area although higher temperatures are expected elsewhere on the Peninsula as well as in Seattle and Tacoma.

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