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6:30 AM Update: Mason PUD 3 Restoration Efforts Complete, Last day of Fall Features Damaging Windstorm

6:30 AM Update: Mason PUD 3 Restoration Efforts Complete, Last day of Fall Features Damaging Windstorm

by Mason PUD 3 on

December 20, 2018

At one point Thursday, 9,671 customers had their power cut by the damaging storm.

Updated December 21, 6:30 AM

Mason PUD 3 has officially closed its outage center, putting a cap on recovery efforts from yesterday's windstorm. The final area with a concentrated outage, Dewatto, was restored at 5:39 this morning.

Updated December 21, 12:01 AM

(MASON COUNTY, WA) – Mason PUD 3 has made great strides in restoring electricity to customers affected by Thursday’s intense western Washington windstorm.

At the height of the storm, 9,671 PUD 3 customers had their power cut by downed trees, limbs and other causes.

As of midnight, PUD crews are working to restore electricity to 108 customers scattered throughout Mason County.

The main areas out at this time include:

  • Collins Drive
  • Dewatto
  • Lombard Road

There are also numerous small, scattered outages remaining throughout Mason County. For the latest information, check PUD 3's online outage map: www.pud3.org/outagemap

The highest wind gust recorded Thursday was 44 miles per hour at Sanderson Field near Shelton.

  • Shelton – 44 MPH
  • Skokomish Valley – 40 MPH
  • Lake Limerick – 37 MPH
  • Belfair – 31 MPH
  • Lake Cushman – 30 MPH
  • South Shore of Hood Canal – 28 MPH
  • Dayton – 27 MPH

The High Wind Warning for Mason County and much of Western Washington State is cancelled. Several weather alerts remain in effect;

The easiest way to report an outage is by using Mason PUD 3’s SmartHub app. Customers with a smart phone may download it from their app store. PUD 3’s outage hotline is 360-426-8255.