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"Zero five. And the main line should be back. Open completely by five o'clock in the morning. Your next report coming up at ten forty four and Jake Philips, KOMO news. Well, Shannon O'Donnell here. I guess we get another windstorm. Yeah. You know, not everybody's going to be terribly. Gusty this time. It's kind of an isolated events. We sometimes call Cascadia wins. Just so everybody knows what they are. They're coming down the western slope to the cascades, we've got a tight pressure gradient, meaning a difference between eastern Washington, and what's coming out over the Pacific and all of the air wants to rush toward what's coming out over the pistol K. Makes sense like a big vacuum. So as the kind of moves down through the cascades, the gaps it speeds up and winds and twists through those. And so if you live at the bottom of those gaps bottoms of the passes, like an cloth black diamond or northbound, you really feel it when wind event like this happens because of blows right through your hood. That's where we have a wind advisory hood. People that live. There are very familiar with these wins, and they're really isolated to the foothills. We will get them through places. Like, it's no Kami original will be dead calm over the I five corridor. So that's what's happening overnight tonight through Tuesday, fairly quiet all night long around the sound right around the waterfront, but starting to blow by the time. We're waking up there on the east side. And staying very blows e."