High winds disrupt power, internet in Clallam County

Most service now restored

PORT ANGELES — Electricity in Neah Bay and Wave cable service in parts of Clallam County were mostly restored by Monday after high winds struck the area Sunday, officials said.

“There was a lot of wind in the Neah Bay area and it caused significant outages,” Clallam County Public Utility District Commissioner Jim Waddell said late Monday afternoon.

“I’m sure most of the outages have been restored.”

That was true at least by early Sunday afternoon.

“Just a couple remaining customers out,” a PUD official tweeted at 2:06 p.m. Sunday at @ClallamPUD.

“Crews are finishing up restoration.”

Wave cable service was restored by Monday, a company sales representative said Monday.

Caden Ross said most electric service should have been restored by 5 p.m. Sunday.

Ross advised anyone without cable service to unplug their modem then plug it back in to restore service.

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