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PORTLAND, Ore. -- Saturday's storm certainly packed a punch of wind in Oregon.
The strongest gusts were recorded at 102 mph at Mary's Peak in the Oregon Coast Range. Much of the coast felt winds between 60-80 mph.
Hurricane flags were even flying in Depoe Bay.
Hurricane flags flying in Depoe Bay! pic.twitter.com/xgdUfkvatm— Depoe Bay Fire Dist. (@DepoeBayFire) October 15, 2016
The winds sent waves crashing.
Crews continued to clean up as we saw more damage from what was left behind by the Manzanita tornado.
This home is totally demolished by the EF2 tornado that passed through Manzanita yesterday pic.twitter.com/esyCiGGmDi— Rod Stevens (@Gr8Photo) October 16, 2016
It wasn't all gloomy though. There were some brief moments when the sun and rainbows broke through.
Gusts of 45-55 mph hit the Portland metro area as well, making for some interesting landings at Portland International Airport.
There were downed trees and power lines throughout the area.
A tree fell on a vehicle as it traveled along Bull Mtn Rd in Tigard. Alert driver and passenger escaped with minor scrapes. Be careful. pic.twitter.com/VwgttdkSug— Tigard Police (@TigardPolice) October 15, 2016
Others didn't see the same type of damage and wondered, where was the storm?
But in the end, the long day made for some beautiful sunsets on the coast.
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