Following that According to data from PowerOutage.us.
Bad weather disrupted road travel with flash flooding and landslides and wreaked havoc on the state’s power grid, knocking out power to tens of thousands of Californians.
According to PowerOutage.us, the utility with the most outages was Pacific Gas and Electric Co (PG&E) with more than 190,000 customers without power, followed by Sacramento Municipal Utility District with 22,900.
PG&E is a unit of California-based energy company PG&E Corp.
“More than 5,000 dedicated people are currently responding to the storm, including contractors, with additional resources expected to arrive and assist in the coming days,” PG&E said on its website Monday.
At least a dozen deaths have been attributed to back-to-back storms that have hit California since Dec. 26. The six storms since just after Christmas have been accompanied by crashing waves that have battered seaside communities, as well as strong gales. – violent winds that uprooted thousands of trees weakened by a prolonged drought.

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