Bay Area storm: Over 75K customers without power, most in South Bay, PG&E says

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Wednesday, January 11, 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 massive power outages on Tuesday as a result of another storm that hit the Bay Area with more storms on the way.

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A Level 2 storm on the exclusive ABC7 Storm Impact Scale is here with high winds causing more downed trees, power lines, and damage with continued outages.

The majority of the outages are in the South Bay.

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.

While outages were down to over 10,000 Monday evening, they have now skyrocketed Tuesday morning.

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Here's a breakdown of outages in the Bay Area by region as of 7 p.m. Tuesday:

South Bay: 19,248

San Francisco: 3,992

North Bay: 3,232

East Bay: 1,873

Peninsula: 5,795

Total: 34,140

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