PG&E: Be Prepared For Unexpected Outages During Upcoming Storm

  • Jan 15, 2020
  • Clay Cord

With unsettled weather expected to return to PG&E’s service area this week, the utility company is asking customers to have a plan for inclement weather and be prepared for unexpected power outages.

PG&E meteorologists are forecasting a change in the weather pattern over Northern and Central California. The most impactful storm of this pattern will start this evening with wind, rain and mountain snow and last into Thursday. Unsettled weather may continue over the weekend and into the following week.

“An impactful winter storm is on the way and we’re asking customers to have a plan to keep themselves and their families safe. Our team of meteorologists is closely tracking the weather system and working with our employees in the field to stage resources and ensure we’re prepared to restore power safely and quickly,” said PG&E senior meteorologist Evan Duffey.

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