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It doesn't really rain here every day—but it is overcast or drizzly more than the national average. From mid-July through September, however, days are generally dry and sunny. The warm weather often continues into fall, with cooler temperatures at night, until the rainy season kicks off in mid-October. Spring is mild, wet and green, just as you'd expect from the Evergreen State.
Get high at the Space Needle—Do a 360 degree revolution while you dine 520 feet above the city.
Please your palate in Woodinville Wine Country—Sip your way along the wine trail from boutique wineries all the way to a grand chateau.
Catch a fish at the Pike Place Market—The vendors at this über farmers market, started in 1907, regale you with flying fish, fresh local produce, antiques and crafts.
Island hop on a ferryboat—Catch one downtown to Bainbridge, Vashon, or the San Juan Islands and take in the salt air.
Hike Mt. Rainier—Or drive to the Paradise Visitor Center and stroll through the wildflowers and catch site of a marmot.