Windstorm Bringing Down Trees and Power Lines

10,566 PUD customers currently without power

As of this writing, 10,000 Snohomish County PUD customers are without power.

Downed power lines across roads and onto houses are blocking traffic and burning homes. There’s no question this windstorm is taking its toll on the area.

A wind advisory remains in effect until 11am Tuesday. South-southwest winds of 15 to 25 mph expected and gusts up to 45mpg.

There are too many incidents to list, but here’s a photo roundup of some of the work the PUD and fire departments are faced with in an effort to restore safety and power:

This scene in Mill Creek is a good example of what crews are dealing with today around Snohomish County.

Power lines down on this Lake Stevens home required a 2,000 foot water supply line to the hydrant to put it out.

Tree blocking the right lane of I-5 near Marysville

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