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PG&E says several counties likely to experience power shutoffs Tuesday

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PG&E says several counties likely to experience power shutoffs Tuesday


Residents in several Northern California counties may experience a Public Power Safety Shutoff on Tuesday due to weather concerns.(Video player above: Excessive heat and north winds on the way for Northern California)The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is worried about high winds causing branches or debris to hit live electric lines and possibly cause wildfires, according to a tweet from Yolo County, whose residents may be affected. PG&E says the shutoff is likely to begin between 2:30 a.m. and 4 a.m. on Tuesday. Service would be restored by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, the company’s outage map shows.PG&E says the power shutoffs would affect about 12,000 customers in parts of the following counties:Yolo (204 customers)Solano (96 customers)Colusa (550 customers)Glenn (361 customers)Lake (49 customers)Napa (9 customers)Shasta (8,888 customers) Tehama (1,855 customers) A Red Flag Warning begins Monday night and continues through Wednesday evening for the Sacramento valley as gusty north winds and dry conditions create a heightened fire danger.

Residents in several Northern California counties may experience a Public Power Safety Shutoff on Tuesday due to weather concerns.

(Video player above: Excessive heat and north winds on the way for Northern California)

The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is worried about high winds causing branches or debris to hit live electric lines and possibly cause wildfires, according to a tweet from Yolo County, whose residents may be affected.

PG&E says the shutoff is likely to begin between 2:30 a.m. and 4 a.m. on Tuesday. Service would be restored by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, the company’s outage map shows.

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PG&E says the power shutoffs would affect about 12,000 customers in parts of the following counties:

    • Yolo (204 customers)
    • Solano (96 customers)
    • Colusa (550 customers)
    • Glenn (361 customers)
    • Lake (49 customers)
    • Napa (9 customers)
    • Shasta (8,888 customers)
    • Tehama (1,855 customers)

A Red Flag Warning begins Monday night and continues through Wednesday evening for the Sacramento valley as gusty north winds and dry conditions create a heightened fire danger.





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