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How to Stay Safe and Warm During a Winter Power Outage

Snow in the Mountains, then even MORE snow; plus wind, rain, and ending with snow in lowlands — all this weekend. #wawx pic.twitter.com/pgr3CRPCBK — NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) February 15, 2018 In case you haven’t heard, the National Weather Service predicts that the Puget Sound is in for a heavy dose… [ Keep reading ]

Prepare for Possible Wind-Related Outages

With the National Weather Service forecast calling for the possibility of high winds Friday, Seattle City Light is starting its preparations for the possibility of power outages and encouraging customers to do the same.

Colder Weather on the Way: Tips for Reducing Your Energy Use While You Stay Warm

Colder weather could be on the way for the Puget Sound area next week, according to the National Weather Service, which makes this a good time for a few easy steps that can reduce the amount of energy you use to stay warm and save you money.

Seattle City Light Prepares for Windy Weather

Seattle City Light has crews ready for a weather system that is expected to bring strong winds to the Puget Sound area this afternoon.

February Really Was Cold: Keep Warm Without Big Bills

February 2011 was one of the coldest on record for Western Washington. Weatherizing your home can help keep your energy bills low even when the temperatures drop.

Winter’s Not Giving Up, Be Prepared

It’s still winter and Western Washington is expected to get another dose of cold air and snow over the next few days. Make sure you’re ready. Visit www.TakeWinterByStorm.org to get preparedness tips, including a checklist of the items you should have in an emergency kit for your home and car.

Tonight, Wednesday Could Be Windy, Be Prepared

Windy wet weather is expected over the next several days. Seattle City Light is ready. You need to be prepared too.

Safety Reminder: Stay Away from Downed Power Lines

With more storms in the forecast, stay safe by avoiding downed power lines or branches hanging in wires.