Nick Morgan hauls his son Parker across a crusty two inches of snowfall to a small hill near Eastgate.
Photo by Greg Lehman.
Winter hit with a vengeance over Monday night and into Tuesday.
Winter hits unexpectedly, creating a wonderland.
Temperatures dropped and flurries flew as about one to two inches of snow blanketed the Walla Walla Valley for the season’s first snowfall.
According to the National Weather Service, temperatures plummeted from a high of 58 degrees on Sunday to a high of 27 on Tuesday.
Temperatures are forecast to remain low, as the today’s temperature is predicted to be in the low 20s. There’s a slight chance of snow through Monday.