At least that was the case Monday evening when Donna Means snapped this photo showing three rainbows!
Three rainbows? Aren't those super, super rare?
Updated Tuesday 3:00 p.m.
Spring is getting its "stormy on" in parts of Western Washington this afternoon -- mainly from our old friend the Convergence Zone. Heavy rain showers mixed with accumulating small hail and occasional lightning have been hanging around southern Snohomish and northern King County for much of the afternoon and will continue to favor that area through the evening, gradually drifting south into Seattle-Bellevue and then fizzling toward midnight. Outside the zone, we'll see random pop-up showers with small hail/possible lightning through the evening that will fizzle after sunset.
Overnight, expect decreasing showers with chilly lows in the low-mid 40s.
Wednesday should be a bit calmer -- can't rule out some lingering morning showers, but drying as the day goes on with partly sunny skies and highs around 60.
Sunshine returns for the rest of the week with temperature warming into the upper 60s Thursday and then into the 70s Friday through the weekend. Wow!
We'll cool off early next week into the 60s.
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