Thousands across Puget Sound region remain without power early Wednesday following windstorm

Dec 28, 2022, 5:44 AM | Updated: 11:15 am
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Thousands of customers across the region are still without power today, following what was the largest windstorm of the season.

At the peak, nearly 40,000 customers spread across Western Washington were without power Tuesday evening. As of 8 a.m. Wednesday, over 16,000 Puget Sound Energy customers remained impacted, largely focused around Snoqualmie and North Bend. Additional PSE outages have been tracked in the Southworth area as well.

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Storm alerts have been issued throughout the area, and crews are expecting repair work to extend well into the day Wednesday.

Here are the latest outages as of 8 a.m. Wednesday

Seattle City Light: 191 customers impacted.

Puget Sound Energy: 16,616 customers impacted.

Tacoma Public Utilities: 4 customers impacted.

Clark County: 1,388 customers impacted.

Snohomish County PUD and OPALCO (San Juan Islands) are reporting no major outages at this time.

On Wednesday morning, we’ll have blustery winds and some rain but the weather will be calmer and somewhat drier by the afternoon.

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Thousands across Puget Sound region remain without power early Wednesday following windstorm