Winds at the Coast topped 100 mph in exposed areas, causing 24,000 outages.
The wind storm that ripped into Oregon and Washington on Monday caused a lot of damage to power lines.
Along the Coast, Pacific Power had 24,000 customers without power.
In the Portland area, Portland General Electric had nearly 10,000 customers lose power. Nearly all of those outages were repaired by Tuesday morning except for an outage of 3,600 customers south of Oregon City.
In exposed areas, the wind gusts were hurricane force. On Naselle Ridge in Southwest Washington a peak gust of 114 mph was recorded.