Currently watching what may be the deepest low ever recorded this close to the coast in the Pacific Northwest. It is currently about 950 hPa and still intensifying rapidly, with models in good agreement for a minimum pressure of around 943 hPa. The previous record was 950 hPa in 1981.
By pressure this would be equivalent to about a category 3 Atlantic hurricane, but because the storm is so spread out, the top sustained winds aren't as impressive -- only around 70mph (110kph). Other good news is the region of strongest winds is mostly staying offshore, and the low will weaken rapidly before it hits Vancouver Island. What is impressive though are the wave heights -- up to 45 ft (14 m) in the open ocean, and 30 ft (9 m) along the coast. Lots of rain and snow for the mountains, too.