Bay Area storm: Over 16K customers without power, PG&E says

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Friday, January 13, 2023
PG&E says this is their largest response to a winter storm ever
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PG&E officials held a news conference Monday afternoon, detailing their restoration efforts, which they say is the largest response to a winter storm event ever.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- PG&E is reporting that thousands of customers are without power on Monday as a result of another storm that hit the Bay Area with more storms on the way.

A Level 3 storm on the exclusive ABC7 Storm Impact Scale arrived Monday morning causing flooding and evacuations. There were also lots of downed trees with continued power outages.

PG&E officials held a news conference Monday afternoon, detailing their restoration efforts, which they say is the largest response to a winter storm event ever.

Officials said since New Year's Eve, they've restored power to 1.5 million customers across the state.

TIMELINE: Several Bay Area rivers, creeks to crest Monday and Tuesday as storms move through region

Here's a breakdown of outages in the Bay Area by region as of 9 a.m.:

San Francisco: 87

Peninsula: 4,771

North Bay: 8,413

East Bay: 2,076

South Bay: 748

Total: 16,095

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