Power Outages as of 2:50 p.m. Nov. 2:
- Seattle City Light: 11,061
- Puget Sound Energy: 8,904
- Snohomish County PUD: 889
- Peninsula Light Company: 43
- Tacoma Public Utilities: 13
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According to Ready.gov, if there’s a chance you could experience a power outage for an extended period of time, you should take an inventory of all devices that rely on electricity.
Speaking with your medical provider before the likelihood of a power outage is also recommenced.
Many medical devices rely on electricity. And medications, like insulin, need to be refrigerated. So, Ready.gov says to ask your doctor specific questions that pertain to any devices or medications you may need that are critical for life.
Power outage tips from Ready.gov (FOX Weather)
Your refrigerator will keep food cold for about 4 hours, and a stocked freezer will keep foods frozen for up to 48 hours.
Ready.gov advises people to install carbon monoxide detectors with a battery backup on every floor and don’t under any circumstances use a generator indoors or near windows.
Who to call when your power goes out?