Los Angeles county declared a state of emergency after a Santa Ana wind storm wreaked havoc on the Southland and other communities throughout California. This followed similar declarations by the cities of Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Monrovia, Temple City, San Marino and Glendora. The Los Angeles department of Water and Power indicated as many as 130,000 customer were without power as of 3 p.m. The city of Pasadena issued a statement indicating 450 trees had fallen or were damaged. In one Pasadena building 40 units were "red tagged" , meaning nobody is allowed to enter. A wind gust measured nearly 100 miles per hour Wednesday evening. A high-wind advisory and red-flag warnings remain in effect through Friday, the National Weather Service said.