The windy weather caused power outages all across Western Washington on Saturday morning.
Seattle City Light reported 28,000 customers without power and Tacoma Public Utilities was working to restore power to 7,000 customers. Grays Harbor PUD reported more than 2,200 customers without power.
Puget Sound Energy reported more than 40,000 customers without power. PSE said the majority of those outages were in Kitsap County, Whidbey Island and in North King County (Woodinville, Redmond, Sammamish and other suburbs).
PSE said crews were in "beast mode" working to restore power in time for the Seahawks game.
About 15,000 Comcast customers from Aberdeen to Bellingham lost video service because of the storm weather.
Get county-by-county outage information
Strongest wind gusts
Boeing Field - 35 mph
Tacoma Narrows - 38 mph
Bellingham - 40 mph
NAS Whidbey - 43 mph
Olympia - 37mph
Hoquiam - 38 mph
Flood warnings are posted for minor flooding on the Skokomish and Stillaguamish rivers.
Large waves will batter the Coast into early Sunday, making for dangerous surf conditions, and with minor coastal flooding possible.
The air mass was unstable enough to set off some thundershowers. Winds peaked Saturday afternoon, and snow levels are expected to drop to 2000-2500 feet into early Sunday.
Rain, wind and mountain snow will still be factors on Sunday. Because the mountain snowfall initially will be heavy, and because of the speed of accumulations and strong winds, the avalanche hazard will rise quickly.
The Cascades could see up to 2 feet of snow through Sunday, and along with the gusty winds, could make travel difficult.
There may be temporary closures of mountain passes for avalanche control work late Sunday and early Sunday.
Check the latest weather conditions with the Seattle Weather App.