A few weeks ago we had a stretch of weather where the rain came not out of the west but from a low pressure system in Oregon which wrapped the atmospheric flow around to flow into western Washington from the southeast. The result in northwest Washington was some turbulent clouds coming over the North Cascades.
The result was a brief moment of remarkable lighting. The western sun lighting the twin dogs with the Twin Sisters rising above a low cloud bank.
View of the Twin Sisters from the Nooksack River valley