So, we're hoping the wind storm has passed. It is a cold, sunny day with little wind right now, but a wind advisory stays in effect. There is extreme damage all over the Pacific Northwest -- trees down, roofs lost, wildfires out of control ... 80 percent of the homes in Malden, Washington are destroyed. The Pacific Coast is near zero visibility as smoke from the east pushes west. Residents are encouraged to stay in their homes with an air quality advisory. Salt Lake City had winds up to 112 mph and many historic cherry trees around the Capitol building went down. They are still without power 20 to 25 miles from us. While we didn't get snow, it is all around us -- Montana, Wyoming, mountainous regions of Idaho and even two hours away in Utah so there is a good chance we'll get it tonight. We set a record high of 102 degrees on Saturday and now we're slated for a killing frost tonight. Farmers are bracing for major losses. Isn't 2020 over YET?