Lots of lightning over northern Oregon, some strikes near the Olympics, and several in the Okanogan of NE Washington. A few lightning strikes did hit around Puget Sound, here are the strikes for the hour ending 9:30 PM last night:
But the best thing last night was the sunset, with the rain band coming through, but illuminated by the setting sun. Amazing colors looking west and rainbows looking east!
Here is a stunning picture sent to me by Michael de Haan of virga falling from the convection during sunset. Amazing.
A lot of the precipitation evaporated as it fell from the clouds (as illustrated in the picture above0. Thus, the precipitation totals yesterday were unimpressive, except for respectable amounts (.1 or more) over the Olympics and Cascades (see figure with 24 precip. ending 10:17 AM Monday).