SEATTLE — Steady and sometimes heavy rain drenched Western Washington — and then came the strong winds starting on Thursday night.
Here is the latest information. It will be updated regularly.
Overnight wind forecast by Walter Kelley:
Strong gust of 45 mph plus will continue ALL NIGHT. Friday
will be gusty all day with Isolated thunderstorms and some much needed sun
breaks. The least wind will be Friday night and Saturday morning. The strongest
winds Saturday will start after 3 p.m. The coast will be the worst but the Metro area will have strong damaging winds Saturday night. Stay away from rivers and watch
We just lost the Crescent Valley feeder. 1500 out of power. Crew has been dispatched to investigate.
— Peninsula Light Co. (@PenLightCo) October 14, 2016
Trees down on EB SR 410 near 254th Ave E at mp 18.
— WSDOT Tacoma Traffic (@wsdot_tacoma) October 14, 2016
Wind/rain set to continue. Once safe, crews will be working through the night. Report outages: 425-783-1001. Back early in AM with an update
— Snohomish County PUD (@SnoPUD) October 14, 2016
At 11 p.m. PSE was working a power outage in the Woodinville area where there are about 1,215 customers in the dark. There was also a power outage in the Redmond area with about 1,316 customers without power. Dispatch says fire crews were responding to a tree on power lines and a power outage in the area of 218 and Union Hill Road. Power expected to be restored by 12:30 a.m.