It’s official. The warm weather has made it’s exit, and has left the door wide open for winter to make its entrance.
One thing you can count on in the Pacific Northwest is the diverse weather we have. One day can be sunny and warm and the next can be pouring down rain. And no two years are the same. Why, just yesterday morning, we were surprised with a rain/snow mix that turned into just under an inch of snow, tying for the record of earliest snow fall in Olympia (the earliest being Nov. 3, 1973, when 1.4 inches fell).
If you like a variety of weather in the seasons, Olympia may be the perfect place for you.