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High Wind Warning: Be Prepared for Potential Outages

The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for the Seattle area, and it will remain in effect until 9 p.m. tonight. Seattle City Light is readying supplementary crews and resources in order to respond to potential outages, and you should be ready too. While wind-related outages are not a sure thing this evening, we want you to be prepared in case they do occur. 

Winter Weather Advisory: Be Prepared in Case of Power Outages

While storm-related outages are not a sure thing this evening, we want you to be prepared in case they do occur.

Seattle City Light, Snohomish PUD Ready to Take Winter By Storm

Are you ready for whatever stormy conditions Mother Nature may bring to the Pacific Northwest in the coming months? That was the challenge recently posed to Andrew Brown and his family by Seattle City Light and the other partners in the annual Take Winter By Storm campaign.

Local Utilities, Emergency Responders Ready to ‘Take Winter By Storm’

Emergency responders from several regional agencies gathered today at Seattle City Light’s North Service Center to emphasize the need for Puget Sound residents to be prepared for potentially treacherous winter weather and power outages.

Storm Season Starts Early – City Light Wants You to be Safe and Prepared

Last night, Mother Nature ushered in a September storm to remember; knocking out power to more than 21,000 City Light customers. Crews worked through the night and morning to restore power to various neighborhoods in Seattle and other outlying areas in its service territory.

Strong Winds Forecast, Could Cause Outages

Strong winds are predicted to blow through the Puget Sound area late Sunday night and into Monday morning, which could cause power outages. Seattle City Light encourages its customers to prepare for this possibility.

Seattle City Light Warns That Coming Rain Could Mean Outages

Seattle City Light has crews ready for possible outages with forecasts calling for an end to the 80-day dry spell that has been in place in the Puget Sound area.