Track Ike in real time
By Scott Sistek
Track Hurricane Ike
How To Use:
There are some buttons on the upper right of the tracking graphic that can add information to the page.
There's a zoom button in the top left to zoom the map in or out, and down in the information box, there's a left and right arrow that will allow to to see the exact conditions expected along the storm's forecasted path. If you click on the "historical track" button in the upper right corner, you can then use the arrows in the information box below to see the historical statistics as well.
Looking north from Duvall around 5pm, double rainbow after a strong cell moved through.
This was a once-in-a-lifetime shot of a brilliant sunrise on the water of Poulsbo. When I saw the pink light streaming into my window early that morning, I ran outside to capture this photo. Once I saw the photo, I realized that the sunrise created a fire and ice effect that was stunning.
Driving toward Silverdale on Hwy 3, from brilliant fall sunshine, into this churning black storm, was unlike anything I've witnessed in Washington. Sheets of rain, gusts of wind, and a completely black sky overtook the area, while the periphery stayed sunny.