Waves batter a seawall as water hits adjacent homes Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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Emergency crews in Oregon and Washington worked through the night to restore power lines and remove dozens of downed trees to clear roads that the storm had damaged over the past two days.Meteorologists still expected rain and wind gusts as high as 30 mph throughout Sunday, but conditions were not expected to be as bad as predicted.Officials estimated 80 mph wind gusts in some regions as the storm moved up the Oregon coast early Saturday and eventually INTO Washington later that day.The storm brought heavy rain and wind as far south as Northern California.However, the subdued nature of the storm still has meteorologists puzzled.The National Weather Service says that doesn't mean people should stop believing storm warnings.
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