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PG&E Warns Hundreds Of Thousands Of Californians May Suffer More Power Cuts

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PG&E Warns Hundreds Of Thousands Of Californians May Suffer More Power Cuts

PG&E Warns Hundreds Of Thousands Of Californians May Suffer More Power Cuts

Reuters reports roughly 180,000 customers in California could find themselves in the dark.

Pacific Gas & Electric warned that an upcoming “strong offshore wind event” could prompt them to yet again shut off power in some areas.

...The weather could prompt a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) for some customers in the Sierra Foothills, North Valley and North Bay.

Pacific Gas & Electric company statement PG&E added it was monitoring for adverse weather on Wednesday.

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