Snoqualmie Valley Windstorm Power Outage Update #2

Wednesday’s powerful winds resulted in many power outages and extensive damage to the Snoqualmie Valley’s electrical system. Wind gusts of more than 60 mph, along with rain-saturated soil, resulted in fallen trees and damage to poles and power lines.

Tanner Electric and PSE crews made significant progress overnight, with many customers restored in the hard-hit areas of Snoqualmie and North Bend.

As of early this morning, Puget Sound Energy reports the following numbers of customers still waiting for power to be restored:

  • North Bend 226
  • Snoqualmie 216
  • Fall City 2157
  • Preston 979

PSE shows an average restoration time of 6 pm today, January 14th, for customers. Tanner Electric is showing all customers restored as of this morning.

Photo Credit PSE Twitter

King County Road Services shows only two road closures due to storm damage:

  • SE 53rd Way/396 Dr SE between Tokul Rd SE and SE 70thDr- trees down
  • SE 24th St between West Snoqualmie River Rd SE and 309th Ave SE-water over roadway

Lastly, due to power outages, Chief Kanim Middle School, Fall City Elementary, and the 6-8 Online Learning Program will have Asynchronous Learning today. No in-person services at CKMS today. Please see the district website for details.

I can personally say Tmobile and Comcast are now working in my neck of the woods, but what’s happening where you are?

Photo Credit PSE Twitter

A BIG thanks to all the power crews who worked so tirelessly over the last 36 hours to get us all back up and running!

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