The LA Times reported earlier today that over 370,000 were without power at the height of the wind event in the Los Angeles Basin, with Pasadena particularly hard hit from the first round on Wednesday into Thursday. A second round of Santa Ana winds developed today and will continue into Saturday. While this second event is not expected to be as bad the Wednesday night and Thursday's, the gusty winds will likely delay if not exacerbate cleanup efforts.
Centerville, UT, experienced a wind gust of 102 mph and Utah has seen a fair amount of damage as well.
These upper level systems will help spawn a storm system in the Southern Plains, which will push northeast into the Midwest for the end of the weekend. This developing storm will continue its assault but on a wintry level as snow should work northeast along the developing storm system. Winter Storm Watches and Warnings are out from Wisconsin southwest to New Mexico through early Sunday.