Heavy rains and hurricane-like winds pummeled Seattle in the “Bomb Cyclone” on Sunday, October 24, which left more than 100,000 people without power. “Expect winds to remain high for about 12 more hours before they start to subside,” tweeted The National Weather Service Seattle on October 25. Remarkably, power outages seemed to have had little effect on Seattle area restaurants: Youngstown Coffee in West Seattle reported flickering lights on Sunday, with no disruption to service. On its Instagram account, Shoreline’s Black Coffee Northwest announced they would be open regular hours after a brief power outage.
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