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Power Restoration Complete after Stormy Conditions Cause Scattered Outages in Mason County

Power Restoration Complete after Stormy Conditions Cause Scattered Outages in Mason County

by Mason PUD 3 on

December 29, 2017

Stormy weather created scattered outages in Mason County last night. PUD 3 linemen have restored power.

Online Updates Available on Mason PUD 3’s Online Outage Map, Twitter Feed, Facebook Page, and on Instagram.

As of 9:53 AM - Power restoration has been completed for all customers affected by last night's rain and windstorm.

As of 1:23 AM, December 30, 2017

(SHELTON, WA) – Mason PUD 3 crews are working to restore electricity to 130 customers in scattered areas of the county after stormy conditions cut power this evening.

Affected areas include:

  • Allyn: State Route Three near Grapeview Loop Road
  • Agate: Valley Rose Drive
  • Cloquallum: including Lost Lake, Wivell Road, Badger Lane, and Rock Creek Rd.
  • Grapeview: including Okonek Road and Jack Powell Loop.
  • Harstine Island: Jarrell’s Cove area, and a portion of South Island Drive.

PUD 3’s advanced meters alerted personnel to the outages, which occurred between 7:50 PM and 8:45 PM.

There have been high wind gusts in Mason County tonight.

  • Belfair, 25 MPH
  • Shelton, 31 MPH
  • Grapeview, 26 MPH
  • Harstine, 20 MPH

PUD 3 recommends unplugging sensitive appliances and electronic equipment until power has been restored for approximately 20 minutes. In addition, especially with electronics, it is important to consider using surge protection.

The easiest way to report power outages is to download and use PUD 3’s SmartHub app. SmartHub is also available at my.pud3.org. The PUD’s outage line is 360-426-8255.