There were numerous instances of 'rainbow lights' all over Western Washington on Wednesday June 6, 2012. The weatherman dismissed them as natural and coincidental, after many people wrote in that they could be earthquake lights...and no eathquake followed. I think they are looking for the best place to hit in the Cascadia subduction zoneI I am going to map the areas which had the lights and see if I can see a pattern. I am putting the link to pictures sent in to KOMO 4. I copied them, so I suppose it would be ok to put them up here, but I'll check first. Check them out! http://www.komonews.com/weather/blogs/scott/21571419.html
computer really slow now. I think there is something 2 gary rea's comment from 6-5-11. Those were awesome pics posted though. Thank you.
I'd like to see your pics. You might try to clear the cache on your computer by going to 'tools' in the upper right, and at the bottom it will say 'Internet Options" Then a big box will come up, go t 'browsing history' and hit delete. It should come up with a second box which gives you the option of not deleting stuff like if you want to save your autofill pages...but the most important thing to get rid of is temporary internet files. They can slow your computer. Worth a shot for an easy fix...if that doesn't work..get help from a mild geek!~ Patti. Ps I found that a little ten dollar device -a card reader, if your camera is digital..you just put the SD card in that, plug it into a computer port, then find it in My computer, and it will show the device with a drive letter designation..mine is F because I also have an extra drive on my computer, but it's usually the last letter. You click on that, the send the pics to whatever file you keep your pics in, or create a new one, and when they are there, you can delete them from the temporary drive, (your card).
I have a photo of it that to share. I thought it was funny to when KOMO blew it off like it was a natrual phenomenon.