Los Angeles County officials are saying that the Santa Ana windstorm is a 36-hour event. That means we've got until at least noon tomorrow before it dies down. Countywide, hundreds of trees are down, at least 340,000 homes have been without power and there may be more to come, along with broken traffic lights that snarl traffic. The worst damage so far is in the San Gabriel Valley where Frank Girardot is gathering information. The Editor of the Pasadena Star-News joins us on a cell phone because the power is out at the paper.