PG&E announced that high fire-risk conditions are expected to arrive Wednesday evening, Oct. 21 in Northern California and continue through Friday morning, Oct. 24, impacting 50,000 people in 19 counties including 353 in Plumas County as of now.
Sheriff Todd Johns said that those customers include residents in the La Porte/Little Grass Valley Reservoir areas, but that could change.
According to PG&E, the weather will impact the shutoffs primarily in the following areas:
- Northern Sacramento Valley and adjacent elevated terrain;
- The Northern Sierra Nevada generally north of I-80;
- The North Bay mountains; and
- Mt. Diablo in the East Bay.
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