It seems there's a "wall cloud" around the Puget Sound area. They've recorded 34 lightning strikes within a 20 minute period. Huge amounts of rain has fallen over the Bremerton area....there's 10 inches of water on some streets there. They are predicting intense rain fall, hail and damaging winds.
I was just outside and the sky overhead here at my place is pure blue but all around me is a huge wall of white thick clouds low on the horizion.
Updated Monday 4:00 p.m.
If you were looking out your window around Seattle this morning, you might now qualify to say "Now, I've seen everything."
We had the summer heat, thunderstorms, chilly air, heavy rain -- and then today we capped off the past 10 days with "funnel cloud."
In case you haven't seen our home page, check out the video of the funnel cloud captured over Lake Washington this morning around 8:45. The weather blog has the explanation over what it was.
The weather is trending much calmer for now, but still a few hours of active weather to get through.
A Convergence Zone has formed right over Kitsap and King County and some embedded showers and thunderstorms were drifting east toward the greater Puget Sound area. That means from between Tacoma and Everett, expect rain and possible lightning and hail at times this evening, tapering off after sunset as the zone drifts to the Cascades and fizzles.