Published February 9, 2012
Fall is ready to move into the Pacific Northwest officially at 7:29pm tonight and we’re already seeing some light sprinkles from a weakening cold front offshore sliding up the coast.
Fall officially starts at 7:29 p.m. The season starts when the suns direct light moves from the northern hemisphere to the southern hemisphere, crossing the equator at exactly 7:29 pm Pacific Daylight Time.
Gary and Nancy Carlile left two weeks ago with family for a relaxing getaway in Mexico. But a week into it, Hurricane Odile ripped through and left thousands of visitors stranded.
Local wineries are expecting a great year ahead, as workers begin harvesting this year's grapes. Sarver Winery says the hot summer weather produced a great crop this year.