The main effect of the surge however took place a few hours before high tides when the winds were strongest and the pressure lowest.
Here are the pics. (I do not need to add that this was not influenced by climate warmed higher sea levels! By the way, you see Puget Sound sea level history here.)
Here is the strom about 4 hours before high water (as forecasted the day before)
Here are winds and pressure. Peaked at about 30. Low pressure was about 975 mb
These canal front homes were flooded. They are at the entrance to the Locks, just around the corner from the next two pictures.
In the above pic the tide height is about 6 ft.... from another day.