We'll update this as we find more and better stuff. The best explanation of where this weather came from is in The Oregonian. The Oregon Coast was probably hit hardest, and the paper also has an interactive Google map of stories and photos – best mash-up I've seen in a breaking-news situation. The Seattle Times also has a mash-up, locating photos and reports submitted by readers. Storm roundups by location and/or publication: Seattle: Four inches of rain in 24 hours. Drainage systems overwhelmed. Seattle Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer Portland and Oregon: Communications spotty on the devastated Oregon Coast. Oregonian, Portland Tribune Washington Coast: A newspaper without electricity turns to a local radio station and another paper to publish a four-page special edition. Aberdeen-Hoquiam Daily World Bremerton and the Kitsap Peninsula: An unprecedented storm, with more than 7 inches of rain in 24 hours. Kitsap Sun Southwest Washington: The Chehalis River is still rising and Interstate 5 is closed. Longview Daily News, Vancouver Columbian Olympia and the South Sound: Sewage pours into Budd Inlet. Olympian Everett and Snohomish County: North Seattle suburbs are hit hardest, by rising urban water. Herald Tacoma and Pierce County: Puyallup River flooding. News Tribune All of these reports are accompanied by sidebars and photos too numerous to mention.