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Powerful winds dropped a broken tree top in an Aquarius neighborhood backyard (March 14, 2020). Photo courtesy of Beth Marsau

Powerful overnight winds brought some morning surprises – share your photos/videos

Some people in the Ferndale area awoke to find some new and some missing outside items this morning, March 14th, after winds gusted upwards of 60mph overnight and into the morning.

Powerful winds dropped a broken tree top in an Aquarius neighborhood backyard (March 14, 2020). Photo courtesy of Beth Marsau
Powerful winds dropped a broken tree top in an Aquarius neighborhood backyard (March 14, 2020). Photo courtesy of Beth Marsau

In the Aquarius neighborhood, near Thornton Street, Beth Marsau woke to find a large section of a tree top laying in her back yard next to her greenhouse. After some searching Marsau determined there were no nearby trees missing their top. “It sailed in over my tall fence from some big distance,” she said.

Powerful winds dropped a large trampoline in a parking space on Vista Drive (March 14, 2020). Photo: My Ferndale News
Powerful winds dropped a large trampoline in a parking space on Vista Drive (March 14, 2020). Photo: My Ferndale News

Neighbors on Vista Drive spotted a large full-size trampoline upright and occupying a parking space.

This large tree fell during gusty winds and blocked both lanes of Malloy Avenue, took out a new fence and brought down power lines resulting in an outage that impacted 1100 Puget Sound Energy customers (March 14, 2020). Photo: My Ferndale News

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