Crews work to restore power across western Washington

Puget Sound Energy was reporting less than 40,000 outages as of 11:45 a.m.

Strong winds took down trees and limbs across western Washington late Friday and into Saturday, causing power outages and damage across the region. 

Puget Sound Energy was reporting less than 35,000 outages as of 12:55 p.m. That’s down from around 85,000 customers who lost power at the height of the storms.

The areas most impacted include central Pierce County, parts of King County including Auburn and Enumclaw, southern Whidbey Island, and to the north from Mount Vernon east along Highway 20 to Hamilton.

PSE tweeted that crews were working

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