Los Angeles International Airport, one of busiest airport in the United States, was blacked out due to hurricane force winds Thursday night.
About thousands passengers stayed at the airport in the dark, accoridng to the ABC News.
The winds officialy can not be called the hurricane but its impact was powerful because the winds' speed was over 60 to 80 miles per hour, according to the ABC News.
ABC News reported that not only the airport, but also many parts of Southern California were under impact of the wild weather.
Captain Mark Savage at Los Angeles Fire Department warned that over 60 mph winds would be dangerous, according to the ABC News.