Friday, June 5, 2009

Salem Oregon Weather Alerts

A sequence of power and treacherous thunderstorms began western Oregon on 4 June 2009. Daylight, A multiple alarm fire is allegedly burring in Keizer, Oregon. The enormous amounts of rain from a wind-driven lightning and shower.
Closures Announced in Western Oregon & SW Washington Over Storm
The danger of thunderstorms was last probable at nine P.M. Finish and repairs both are attractive place concurrently in Oregon as usefulness team agreement with enormous amount of rain from a wind-driven lightning and shower.

Near about 2,300 clients of Clark Public Utilities are without emotional service because of today's weather. Dotted outages, caused by down foliage and limb, are affecting clients in the Battle Ground, Ridgefield, La middle, forest and Amboy areas, Crews are operational to return power.
As of 7:00 p.m., 3,500 clients are with no electrical energy - including most the Highway 503 district from Woodland to Cougar, West Side Highway close to Castle Rock from the Decameter district north, part of Silver Lake and Toutle, older soothing road north from exit 49 north.

The first outage was report close to Lake Merwin at 5:40 p.m. Cowlitz PUD sequence 48,200 clients in Cowltiz County. Crew carries on reacting to weather-related outages. As of 5:55 p.m., near to 50,000 PGE clients are with no power because of severe thunderstorms and high wind.
As forever, security is our number one precedence. They repeat citizens to wait away from down usefulness lines.

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