The shutoff starts at 2:30 am in Butte, Nevada, Placer, Plumas and Yuba Counties. In the North Bay, PG&E decided against large shutdowns because of improving weather conditions.
#PSPS alert for portions of Butte, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sonoma, & Yuba counties: For safety, we will begin proactively turning off power to about 48,200 customers as early as 2:30AM, Weds. Windy weather conditions may last until 12PM, Weds. https://t.co/2CZX1Npn6t pic.twitter.com/jT8LfVGF6r— PG&E (@PGE4Me) September 25, 2019
But at 4:30 am, 708 customers are due to lose power near Calistoga, Napa, and the northern end of Lake Berryessa. And In Sonoma County, 711 customers near Santa Rosa along Porter Creek Road will be affected.
Go here to see a map of the areas affected.
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The power shutoff is in response to high fire danger in the area caused by weather.
Three North Bay cities have opened cooling centers because of the hot temperatures-- and they'll be open again Wednesday in Santa Rosa, Petaluma, and Windsor.
The Bay Area is under a red flag warning that has been extended through Wednesday and officials are asking people to be careful and help prevent any potential fires.