By: adams19 , 4:08 AM GMT on January 26, 2012

Almost all of Klickitat County lost power on Thursday, Jan. 19.
Glenwood and Trout Lake were the last communities to have power restored last night around 6:30.
There are still about 1,000 homes throughout the county, needing line and power pole work before they will be back online.

I have a total of 44 inches snow dating from Jan. 15th.
It has settled and melted.
Yesterday I measured two feet of solid packed snow and ice.
I wish I had a way to measure the water content. I think I am going to buy a hand measure rain/snow gauge.

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