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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..
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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San Francisco Chronicle

Bay Area greeted by weekend drizzle. Here's where the most rain fell

Light rain fell across parts of the Bay Area this weekend, with coastal cities in the northern reaches of the region reporting the most rainfall, metereologists said. Coastal areas along the Peninsula and in Marin and Sonoma counties reported between 0.10 and 0.65 inches of rain this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Mercury News

South Bay Musical Theatre gives ‘Shout’ out to live shows

South Bay Musical Theatre returns to live performance this month with “SHOUT! The Mod Musical,” which hits the stage Sept. 25-Oct. 16 at the Saratoga Civic Theater. The show follows five friends in the 1960s as they redefine themselves in the face of changing attitudes about gender, using classic pop songs to illustrate these changes. The songs are tied together by sound bites ranging from ’60s commercials to letters answered by an advice columnist who thinks every problem can be solved with a “fetching new hairstyle and a new shade of lipstick.”
SARATOGA, CA
Mercury News

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.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
cbslocal.com

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
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