IT’S FORTUNATE IT DID NOT DO MORE DAMAGE. KEN: WE CONTINUE COVERAGE WITH KOHR HARLAN. IT IS REALLY WINDY UP THERE. KOHR: IT IS ONE OF THOSE DAYS UP HERE AT THE VISTA HOUSE. IT’S TYPICAL OF A GOOD STRONG WIND. THE STEADY WIND HAS BEEN BLOWING BETWEEN 40 AND 50 MILES PER HOUR. IT’S GOING TO BE A BLUSTERY DAY UP HERE? THIS SERVES TO PUSH THE CLOUDS BACK INTO THE OCEAN. IT DOES MAKE FOR SOME PRETTY WINDY CONDITIONS. THIS IS ONE OF THOSE FREE FALLS YOU GO INTO. YOU COULD LEAN YOURSELF INTO THE WIND. IT’S ENOUGH TO TAKE THE WIND. WE ARE 733 FEET ABOVE THE COLUMBIA RIVER. WE ARE AT ELEVATION. THE INTERSTATE DOWN HERE, IT’S WINDY. IT IS BLUSTERY. IT’S GOING TO COST — CAUSE PROBLEMS FOR HIGH-PROFILE VEHICLES. AS WE LOOK OUT HERE, YOU SEE A FEW CLOUDS. THE SUN IS BEGINNING TO COME UP. WE HAVE SUSTAINED WINDS OVERNIGHT THAT HAVE GROWN BETWEEN 40 AND 50. THERE ARE GUSTS OF 80 MILES PER HOUR. I FOLLOW A WEBSITE APPEAR, IT WAS 80 MILES PER HOUR 15 MINUTES AGO. KEN: IT DOES NOT LOOK PLEASANT UP THERE. I FEEL FOR YOU. I’M GLAD I’M NOT UP THERE WITH YOU. KOHR: IT’S NOT SO BAD.