Sprinkles Moving Through Metro

A few sprinkles/showers just popped up on radar as a batch of clouds passes over the Metro area.  Looks like the one near Cornelius Pass could spit out a lightning strike as it heads northeast into Clark County and Sauvie Island.  They are moving very quickly, so they’ll be gone in half an hour.

16 Responses to Sprinkles Moving Through Metro

  1. runrain says:

    Beautiful anvil due north right now. Setting up for a nice sunset too. Cameras ready?

  2. Wendy-Silverlake, Wa says:

    There’s something just a tiny bit south of me and almost here. It just went from yellowish to redish on the radar. Hopefully we’ll get a little moisture out of it and it’ll drive out some of this smoke.

  3. W7ENK says:

    Unfortunately this time of year, 7pm is the new 9pm, so the mechanisms driving these storms will disappear here shortly. I don’t think there’s anything in place that will sustain them after we lose the sun. 😦

  4. 2 new possible t-storms developing west of Salmon Creek.

    My analysis of Mesoanalysis was correct indicating showers could intensify as they moved northward towards the Columbia River and up into Clark County.

  5. Possible t-storm south of Kelso now.

    • Emily Waldman says:

      We had 10 min. of sprinkles at the mall in Kelso around 7p! I heard no rumbles! Sucks! Deprived again!

  6. Muxpux (Castle Rock 175') says:

    I’m working near be 72nd and killings worth and it’s sprinkling now

  7. Hal in Aims says:

    7 drop sprinkle just moved through here……….

  8. W7ENK says:

    Did I not say earlier…?

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