PG&E shuts off power to some customers amid windy conditions – Chico Enterprise-Record

CHICO — Roughly 8,400 customers are expected to lose power throughout eight California counties as PG&E conducts weather-related shut-offs.

The first wave of shut-offs started at 2 a.m. Wednesday with the bulk of the power being shut off by 5:30 a.m., according to a press release issued by PG&E.

Based on the shut-off schedule provided by PG&E, Butte County, along with Tehama and Shasta counties, saw shut-offs at 2 a.m. followed by Colusa, Glenn, Napa and Yolo counties at 4 a.m.

Additionally, Lake County saw outages at 5:30 a.m.

PG&E’s numbers show that 349 customers in Butte County lost power, of which 23 were medical baseline customers. For Glenn County, 365 customers lost power with 19 being medical baseline customers. Tehama County’s power outage was significantly larger with 3,249 customers losing power and a total of 352 medical baseline customers going without.

The release said PG&E is working to restore power to these areas and expects to do so later in the day.



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