Storm moves through Western Washington

Video of lightning flashes seen from Seattle waterfront

Thunderstorms moved across Western Washington causing the Husky football to be delayed and even forced the Washington State Fair to shut down early.

Here's a live look at the KIRO 7 StormTracker:

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Below are links to outages in Western Washington:

Timeline of some events during a storm that moved across Western Washington:

10:23 p.m.: Bellingham tweeted that outages have made many signal lights inoperable and drivers should treat all lights as four-way stops.

10:06 p.m.: Seattle City Light said there are 113 outages and 5,355 customers are affected.

9:25 p.m.: Puget Sound Energy: A total of 16,086 customers have been affected by the storms but only 80 outages reported.

9:18 p.m.: Approximate lightning strike count for Western Washington over the past 3 and a half hours - 1,250, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.

9:11 p.m.: Kent police tweet some roads are blocked off due to flooding.

9:10 p.m.: the University of Washington Athletics suspends transportation services on Metro Husky shuttle buses from stadium.

9:04 p.m.: Tacoma Public Utilities said 4,000 customers were without power and the Hilltop Substation was damaged by a direct Lightning strike.

8:56 p.m.: Washington State Fair tweets: Update: Due to severe weather conditions the Washington State Fair is closing early tonight. (Sept. 7, 2019) Anyone currently sheltered in place, may safely exit The Fair. We anticipate an on-time opening tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m.

8:49 p.m.: SDOT said water was pooling on EB and WB lanes just west of the NE Northgate Way and First Ave. NE intersection. Drivers were warned to use alternate routes.

8:15 p.m.:  Tacoma Public Utilities: Over 12k customers are currently without power. We currently do not have an estimated time for restoration.

7:56 p.m.: Washington Football tweets: We are delayed due to extreme weather

7:40 p.m: Washington State Fair tweets: Weather storms ask attendees to shelter in place inside a building. All rides and entertainment closed until further notice.

Here's Raw video taken of the storm that moved through Western Washington: