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PG&E Announces Potential of Public Safety Power Shutoff for Monday Night with Dry Offshore Winds Predicted

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) meteorologists continue to monitor a potential weather system that could bring dry offshore winds to parts of the company’s service area beginning Monday morning. Given this wind event, combined with extreme to exceptional drought and extremely dry vegetation, PG&E is...
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About 9,200 PG&E Customers Remain Without Power

The number of PG&E customers still affected by weather-related power outages in the Bay Area dropped to under 10,000 by mid-afternoon Sunday. The outages began late Saturday as light rain and heavy fog settled on power lines and equipment that had accumulated dust and debris during a long dry spell. The mixture sparked flashovers that caused outages, according to PG&E..
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This New Mixed-Income Housing Complex Comes with its Own Farm Near San Francisco

Have you ever wanted to live on a farm, but without having to do all the hard work or needing to drive an hour to reach a major city?. In San Francisco, a mixed-income apartment complex has gone up in the neighborhood of Santa Clara that comes with its own 1.5 acre farm, managed by a professional urban farming company, which also welcomes help from residents.
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PG&E Says Light Rain After Long Drought Led to Lights-Out Across Bay Area

RICHMOND (KPIX) — After Saturday night’s light rain, thousands of East Bay residents woke up to a power outage Sunday morning and PG&E scrambled all day to restore electrical service. As it turned out, the outages occurred because of how little rain fell, rather than how much. By mid-afternoon, Esther Dominguez had been without power in her Richmond home for more than 12 hours but she doubted it was because of the rain. “It was just sprinkling,” she said. “So, I don’t think that is the reason why the power went off. It has to be something else.” PG&E says that if it...
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Widespread power outages affect more than 14,000 across Bay Area

Power outages around the Bay Area on Sunday morning are affecting thousands of customers, most of them in the East Bay, PG&E said. As of 8 a.m., more than 14,000 customers were without power in the Richmond and San Pablo areas, a PG&E spokesperson said. Several other cities around the...
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KTVU FOX 2

Weather-related power outages mostly resolved; East Bay hardest hit

OAKLAND, Calif. - The number of PG&E customers still affected by weather-related power outages in the Bay Area dropped to under 8,000 by Sunday evening. The outages began late Saturday as light rain and heavy fog settled on power lines and equipment that had accumulated dust and debris during a long dry spell. The mixture sparked flashovers that caused outages, according to PG&E..
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Widespread Bay Area Sunday Morning Power Outages Affecting Thousands

SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Power outages around the Bay Area on Sunday morning are affecting thousands of customers, most of them in the East Bay, PG&E said. As of 8 a.m., more than 14,000 customers were without power in the Richmond and San Pablo areas, a PG&E spokesperson said. Several other cities around the Bay Area were also seeing outages, with more than 2,400 customers affected in San Francisco, 2,300 on the Peninsula and nearly 400 in the North Bay. The outages began Saturday night and crews are working to restore power, according to PG&E. A spokesperson said Sunday morning that the outages stem...
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PG&E power outages: Most of Bay Area should have power by midnight

PG&E expects to restore power to most customers by midnight, after thousands of Bay Area residents woke up without power Sunday morning. As of 12 p.m., 15,765 PG&E customers were impacted by the weather-related outages throughout the Bay Area — down from 28,900 a few hours earlier, said spokeswoman Deanna Contreras. Of those, 11,606 were in the East Bay.
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UPDATE: Outage Number Drops; Thousands in East Bay Still Without Power

REGIONAL (BCN) — The number of PG&E customers still affected by weather-related power outages in the Bay Area dropped to under 10,000 by mid-afternoon Sunday. The outages began late Saturday as light rain and heavy fog settled on power lines and equipment that had accumulated dust and debris during a long dry spell. The mixture sparked flashovers that caused outages, according to PG&E..
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
SFGate

Wildfire weather forecast for Bay Area: PG&E may shut off power in these cities

PG&E warned that power shutoffs are "likely" as gusty, dry winds head for the Bay Area and Northern California. The utility announced a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) is predicted for Monday. In the Bay Area, anticipated outage areas are primarily in Solano, Napa and Sonoma counties, affecting swaths near Fairfield, Yountville, Penngrove and Cloverdale. Further north, outages are anticipated on either side of the I-5 corridor; communities south of Redding and around Paradise may lose power preemptively in order to decrease the risk of wildfire danger.
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