PG&E Announces Potential Power Shutoff Areas Starting Late Monday

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PG&E confirmed on Monday that it may enact a PSPS and cut power to thousands of Sonoma County and North Bay customers as soon as Monday night.

The areas being targeted in Sonoma County range north and east from the east side of Santa Rosa and include areas of the Sonoma and Napa Valleys and sections of the grid surrounding the city of Calistoga. Also impacted may be areas east of Windsor and Healdsburg.

The preliminary estimate is that tens of thousands of customers may lose their power at some point in these areas.

To access additional information, and to see if your address is forecast to be affected, visit this link:

https://pgealerts.alerts.pge.com/outages/map/

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning beginning Monday night and extending until early Wednesday for the North Bay mountains and hills. They expect winds to gust out of the north or northeast up to 50 mph. Also, a Wind Advisory was issued for this same area for winds from early Tuesday through late on Tuesday night.

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