Major storm hitting the West with damaging winds and flooding

A strong cold front moved through the west coast overnight, bringing damaging winds, heavy rain and landslides.
Winds blew near 100 km / h overnight in West Washington, causing more than 500,000 customers to lose electricity. Several landslides blocked roads in Oregon, removing trees and power lines.
A landslide was reported in Oregon, near the Portland subway area, blocking a road and removing trees and power lines.
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Huge waves of up to 32 feet along the coast caused beach erosion and flooding on the coast.
In the mountains, 4 to 5 feet of very wet snow fell locally in the past two to three days and closed some passes, making the roads treacherous.
This morning, 13 states, from Washington to Wisconsin, are on alert for noxious winds, floods and heavy snowfalls.
PHOTO: There are 13 states from Washington to Wisconsin on alert this morning for damage caused by winds, floods and heavy snowfall. (Abc news)
With that storm moving east to the Midwest tomorrow and Friday, a winter storm clock has been put on for Wisconsin and Minnesota, showing 6 to 12 inches of snow in some areas.
In addition, winds could blow 40 to 60 miles per hour, blowing and drifting snow from the Dakotas to Nebraska and Iowa.
Some of the snow might even fall in Chicago, which could make for a messy end to the week.
PHOTO: Additionally, winds could blow 40 to 60 miles per hour, blowing and drifting snow from the Dakotas to Nebraska and Iowa. (Abc news)
This storm system will move northeast from Friday night through Saturday, with heavy rain from New York City to Boston and snow on the back from the southern Appalachians to Pennsylvania, New York and New England.
The total number of snowfalls will be high in the Midwest, with one foot being possible locally in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
To the east, the heaviest snow will be in western Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, where more than half a foot of snow is possible locally.
PHOTO: To the east, the heaviest snow will be in western Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, where more than half a foot of snow is possible locally. (Abc news)
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