Update: Around 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Microsoft's Issaquah campus experienced a power outage when a tree branch fell on a Puget Sound Energy power line. Microsoft was the only customer affected in the area, and the power was restored by about 9:15 a.m., PSE said.
Puget Sound Energy is working to repair a downed line in Sammamish that has left about 25 customers without power this morning in the area of 208th Ave and NE 11th. With repairs ongoing this morning, the utility says it expects the power to be restored to those homes around 1 p.m.
Earlier this morning, some rumors of a power outage in Issaquah surfaced on social media, but PSE representatives said they haven't had any reports of power outages in Issaquah today.
Meanwhile, continued rain has resulted in flood conditions along the Snoqualmie River, and the forecast from the National Weather Service calls for more rain this week, with possible heavy rain tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 30, and Wednesday, along with winds up to 20 mph through tomorrow night.
The NWS issued the following hydrological outlook for Western Washington:
Heavy rain Tuesday and Wednesday could produce flooding on some areas rivers later this week... A wet weather system will move through Western Washington Tuesday and wednesday. Twenty-four to 36-hour rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches should be common over the mountains with local amounts up to 6 inches possible. The heaviest amounts are expected to fall over the southern facing slopes of the Olympics but most mountain areas will likely see significant rainfall by wednesday afternoon. Some of the rivers flowing off the Olympics or Cascades could reach flood stage wednesday if the expected heavy rains materialize. Urban areas could also experience minor flooding tuesday and wednesday due to heavy rain flowing into storm drains clogged with autumn leaves.