Spring in the Convergence Zone - March 18th 2012
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Convergence zone says ... on Monday, Mar 19 at 12:25 PM
I didn't even know what a convergence zone was until I moved into one. All that means is we are generally colder/wetter/snowier/weirder than anyone who lives in a normal neighborhood. I'm not liking it too much, but what can one do?
Karen says ... on Monday, Mar 19 at 10:31 AM
Didn't see any lit up sky, but heard a couple of big booms about 8:30 last night in North Seattle. Shortly after, it was snowing. Wondering what the sound was, as it doesn't usually snow & thunder at the same time.
Anonymous says ... on Monday, Mar 19 at 7:07 AM
There was a single bright flash over Redmond last night, and thunder (sounded more like an explosion) many seconds later. Around 9 PM, 18 MAR 2012. Was there a lightning storm nearby? It lit up the entire sky.
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