The convective band is now passing through the region, and the strongest thunderstorms and most of the lightning passed offshore. Little lightning over the Cascades and thus only a minor threat of lightning induced fires...some good news for those dealing with wildfires.
Here is a recent radar...you can see where the showers are:
The next issue will be the return of the northwesterly winds to Cle-Elum/Ellensburg. Take a look at the 4/3 km high resolution UW forecasts for tomorrow AM and tomorrow night. These are sustained winds..not gusts. The last figure is for 8 PM Sunday night...and the winds will be really cranking by then, with sustained winds of 20 knots in places.