Storm in the convergence zone Wednesday

Thursday, October 22, 2020

All the weather in one photo copyright Marc Weinberg


A brief but dramatic storm came sweeping through along the Convergence Zone on Wednesday morning.

It began with very heavy rain just before 10am, then thunder and lightning. The Convergence Zone went right through central Shoreline - more or less along 175th.

Those in the far north of the city got some rain but those farther south were pounded with hail and lightning.

Then it was gone, leaving blue skies and a lovely sunny day.

City Light had work planned in an area around Meridian and 145th but Lake Forest Park accounted for a couple of the 32 different outages in King county that City Light responded to because of storm damage.

They were still working in north Seattle at 2:30am but Shoreline and LFP were clear.



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