A storm swept across the Puget Sound region over the weekend, with windy and rainy conditions expected to continue through the early portion of the week.
High winds on Sunday knocked out power for thousands of people on Sunday, knocking down trees and power lines, and killing two people after a tree landed on a car in Fall City.
As of early Monday morning, just over 13,000 Seattle City Light customers are without power, with another 25,000 Puget Sound Energy customers also impacted.
Puget Sound Energy outage map
Seattle City Light
Snohomish County PUD
Tacoma Power
The Seattle Department of Transportation reports downed wires and trees on East Marginal Way South, closing all north and southbound lanes on the South Park Bridge.
In total, Washington State Patrol reported 24 collisions in its north Puget Sound districts, as well as 18 calls for objects like trees, utility poles, or debris blocking roads. SR 524 in Bothell also experienced a long term closure after a tree hit a power line.

Totals for today (So far)24 collisions in District20 of those were in Sno County18 calls of objects blocking the road (trees, utility poles, debris)11 of those in Sno County
Long term closure of SR 524 (Bothell) due to tree hitting power line. PUD on scene making repairs. https://t.co/ENdExLeqdX
— Trooper Rocky Oliphant (@wspd7pio) October 25, 2021

Several schools have reported closures as a result of the storm as well, including King’s School in Seattle, Olympia Waldorf School, and the Northwest School for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (also in Seattle).
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