Ed Petersen said his Redmond house was "taking a beating," with the wind "trying as hard as it can to break the front door down." He said he "just peeled someone's mail off of my garage door (from) two blocks away."

At noon, the "ghost town" of Shaniko reported a 60 mph wind gust, while gusts into the 30-40 mph range or higher were common around the region -- Madras had a 44 mph gust at that hour, 45 mph at Lava Butte south of Bend and 46 mph at Suttle Lake.

An hour later, Madras Airport had a gust to 50 mph and it reached 53 mph at Suttle Lake.

A National Weather Service storm spotter south of Deschutes River Woods reported a 60 mph gust around 1:25 p.m.

The National Weather Service issued a high wind warning that began at 8 p.m. Sunday and was allowed to expire at 11 p.m. Monday as the winds slowly subsided (but the rain increased after nightfall).

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