UPDATE: High winds knock out power for West Seattle and Three Tree Point now restored
UPDATE Wednesday 2:05pm
Power has been restored
UPDATE Wednesday Oct 14 8:45am
Power was restored in stages through the evening hours of Tuesday but a few pockets remained on Wednesday morning with a total of 101 still out combined between West Seattle and Burien. The biggest outage remaining was in West Seattle on Fauntleroy Way SW between Juneau and Brandon Streets SW, with two outages one 19 and other 72. Restoration was expected by midday. In Burien just three customers were still out near Maplewild Drive SW caused by tree falls. One more on SW 156th was being investigated.
Original Post Tuesday Oct. 13
High winds with gusts over 40 mph took out power for thousands in West Seattle and in the Three Tree Point neighborhood in Burien on Oct. 13. The winds were predicted to lessen in the evening hours. 343 customers were without power around 5pm but restoration according to City Light was not expected to take too long.
In West Seattle it was more severe with 6881 customers out spread out across the northern half of the West Seattle Peninsula. Restoration was expected to take around 2 hours, sometime after 7pm.
You can check on the status of the City Light power grid by visiting their System Status Page here.