A little bit of snow ended up on Kingsbury Grade early Sunday morning.
A power outage affecting more than 1,000 homes and businesses in Douglas County was likely due to gusty winds blowing through the region.
First reported around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, the outage affected around 1,100 customers until 2 a.m.
Wind speeds of up to 50 mph were recorded at midnight along Highway 88 between Mottsville and Centerville.
Those gusts started to climb into the 30s around the same time the outage was reported.
Snow fell in the mountains, prompting road controls on Highway 50 over Spooner Summit and up Highway 28. Chains or snow tires with four-wheel drive were being required over Highway 88 from Pickett’s Junction to Kirkwood.
Kingsbury Grade had a light dusting of snow over Daggett Summit.
The storm is expected to clear out this morning leaving behind sunny skies and a high temperature of 46 degrees.
The wind is forecast to be out of the southwest at 5-10 mph shifting out of the north in the morning.
Conditions are expected to remain clear through Wednesday when a slight chance of showers arrives in time for Thanksgiving.