PG&E Continues Monitoring Weather Conditions in North Bay, Sierra Foothills for Possible Power Shutoff Tomorrow

Approximately 6,700 Customers in Butte, Nevada and Yuba Counties Restored after Monday PSPS Event

SAN FRANCISCO--()--Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) continues to monitor hot, dry and windy weather conditions that might indicate a need for a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) in the North Bay and Sierra Foothills overnight through the early morning hours of September 25.

The weather pattern has shifted to later in the evening, and PG&E will make a final decision about a PSPS this afternoon.

Meanwhile, progress continues on restoring service to the 22,000 customers in the Sierra Foothills impacted by a PSPS Monday evening. As of 11 a.m. today, service has been restored to about 6,700 customers.

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