Mother Nature was in high gear Thursday night lighting up the skies over Western Washington.
Moist unstable air moved northward from the southwest interior through south Puget Sound and central and south Hood Canal and triggered the light show.
KING 5 Chief Meterologist Jeff Renner said, "At one point, there were 200 lightning strikes in a one hour period."
The threat continues for more thunderstorms overnight throughout the entire Pugest Sound region. Some areas could even see hail.
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