Transcript for Pacific Northwest's Wild Night of Rain
with a wild night of rain and high winds in the pacific northwest. They're setting records in fact in part of a country famous for rain. Our meteorologist ginger zee is tracking the latest. There she is. This is not only record rain, we're talking all-time wettest september days. Olympia with almost three inches yesterday. Yesterday after the rain fell, the first round, you had many cars submerged around washington, oregon, too, trees down on power lines. It looked like this, but it sounded like this record rains pouring through the roof at the seattle airport. As millions in the pacific northwest plow through one of two powerful weekend storms. More than 5 inches of rain falling in parts of the cascades. Some getting more than a month's worth of water in just one day. It just came down. It was a deluge and then, the wind. The wind is so strong. Reporter: The high winds tearing at power lines. This morning, thousands are waking up in the dark. More than 20,000 in portland alone. This is crazy weather. Reporter: Crazy gets crazier as a second storm sets its sights on the region yet again. We have more rain coming. Three to five inches in the red area. Seattle could see the wettest september month on record. Couple of more inches. The wind could be heftier today. Flood watches and warnings and also high wind warnings. Going all of the way to western montana.
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