It's spring, and that means it's prime Puget Sound Convergence Zone season.
These time lapses do an excellent job of showing the battle of winds between the north and the south.
The best dates this week were form March 24 and 25, while Dr. Dale Ireland's Silverdale camera also captured a good battle on the 22nd.
But before we get there, Dale captured this great video of the International Space Station and Space Shuttle streaking across the sky Monday evening. These are still photos seamed together:
Anyway, back to time lapse, here is the 22nd from Silverdale (it happens late in the day)
And here is the long Convergence Zone that stretched from the afternoon of the 24th to early the 25th.
Here are some of the other videos from the week:
Silverdale: A rainy, stormy day, but watch for the submarine that goes out then comes back in the afternoon.
Silverdale: Olympics show off their new coat of snow. Also, watch the boat zig zag around Hood Canal.
Silverdale: Sort of alien-esque clouds in the morning, then a stormy afternoon. Watch the big ship mosey around there as well.
Silverdale: Watch the rolling "tubular" clouds:
Have a great weekend!