A storm that rolled through North Idaho Monday night sank a sailboat, blew a hole in a concrete wall and knocked out power to thousands of homes.
Climatologist Cliff Harris said he counted more than 100 hundred lightning strikes during the storm, which lasted two and half hours."It was one of the top five thunderstorms since 1990 because of its duration," Harris said. "It was like a war zone."
|Multiple bolts of lightning strike the mountains surrounding Coeur d'Alene on Monday night.