Power Shutoff Watch in Northern California
Thousands of PG&E customers may see power outages during Fire Weather Watch
According to ABC10, thousands of PG&E customers in Northern California may experience power outages as a Fire Weather Watch has been issued. As a precautionary measure to prevent wildfires, PG&E is preparing for potential power shutoffs in certain counties.
PG&E says power shutoffs are likely in some Northern California counties
According to KCRA 3, PG&E has stated that power shutoffs are likely in several Northern California counties. With dry and windy weather conditions present, PG&E is closely monitoring the situation and will make decisions based on public safety.
PG&E on watch for potential public safety power shutoff in Northern California counties including Napa on Wednesday
KGO-TV reports that PG&E is on high alert for a potential public safety power shutoff in various Northern California counties, including Napa, on Wednesday. This proactive measure aims to reduce the risk of wildfires and ensure the safety of residents and their properties.
PSPS possible for much of the Northstate Wednesday
As stated by KRCR, much of the Northstate is at risk of a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) on Wednesday. Residents are advised to stay informed about the situation and take necessary precautions, such as having essential supplies and alternative power sources ready.