Wow, what a sight at sunset around Seattle Tuesday evening.
Our Dan Lewis was out snapping photos and got this great shot of sun pillar as the sun dropped below the Olympic Mountains and horizon.
When it comes to stormy weather, November, December and January annually duke it out for meteorological supremacy in the Puget Sound region.
But not lately. Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
It was bad enough when September claimed the top spot for rainiest month in 2013, it was worse when the three big cheeses couldn't even claim second place (that went to April).
An angry Puget Sound Convergence Zone brought some heavy rain, a little hail -- and some lightning to the Seattle area Monday afternoon.
SEATTLE -- Hey everyone, there's a good chance El Nino might be around for next winter!
California: "Yay! The expected heavy rains next winter should help our drought!"
Midwest and East Coast: "Yay! It likely means no more of this 'Polar Vortex' and weeks below freezing!"
Gulf Coast and Eastern Seaboard: "Yay! It typically means less hurricanes!"
Pacific Northwest: *sigh*