The North Bay suffered the brunt of the gusts, they were so strong in some spots they pulled down power lines and toppled trees.
A large cedar crashed on a truck and part of the roof of a home in Sonoma. No one was hurt, but the incident did shake-up the people inside the house. Wind gusts of over 32 miles-per-hour were reported in Sonoma County.
The CHP issued a high-wind advisory Saturday morning for bridges in the Bay Area including the Bay Bridge, and Golden Gate Bridge. Drivers are advised to be careful and those with high-profile vehicles are being discouraged from traveling on some highways in Solano County because of the high winds.
The winds also caused power outages; about 22,000 PG&E customers were affected stretching from Napa to San Jose.