Sweet Onions, Walla Walla, Washington, Lantern Press Poster. “Walla Walla” is a Native American word meaning “many waters.” The area has an abundance of trees and a moderate climate, with an average temperature range of 27 to 91 Degrees. The hardy Walla Walla Sweet Onions survive the nearly 18 inches of precipitation each year.
Karissa Courtney and Taylor Wilkinson both Seattle Pacific University students with the afternoon off, share a hammock overlooking the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains beyond in Seattle. Temperatures hit record highs a day earlier, including 59 at Sea-Tac Airport, in parts of Washington and Oregon as one of the mildest winters continues in the Northwest. Forecasters expect more near-record temperatures on Tuesday because of a summer-like high pressure ridge that creates sunny, dry days.
In Roseburg, OR The Umpqua Hot Springs Trail is a short 0.3 mile hike to the springs. A "tub" is hewn out of the travertine deposits surrounding the springs. The springs, at a temperature of 108 degrees, is located on a bare rock face 150 feet above the North Umpqua River. From the tub, there is a view of Surprise Falls across the river.
Fall brings cooler temperatures and wetter weather to the Seattle area. While weather can dictate activities this time of year, options for indoor events, activities, attractions and sites are still plentiful. Here is an autumn don't-miss list for the Emerald City.Must-See Attractions