More than 36,000 PG&E customers are without power overnight,strongest storms of the season have hit the coastal region, San Francisco and California
|About 1,000 and more than 600 were destroyed on the San Francisco Peninsula. The biggest disruption is in the eastern bay where more than 26,000 customers are without electricity.- Pic /AP|
More than 36,000 PG&E customers are without power overnight. More than five and a half thousand incidents have been reported in the North Bay, with 4,800 people severely affected in the South Bay. About 1,000 and more than 600 were destroyed on the San Francisco Peninsula. The biggest disruption is in the eastern bay where more than 26,000 customers are without electricity.
ABC7News reports that the strongest storms of the season have hit the coastal region.
South Bay / Peninsula
Alerts have been issued for San Mateo and parts of Santa Cruz County. CL fire officials say the risk of potential landslides and floods surrounding the CZU power complex burn area increased last year.
On Tuesday morning, some rescue operations were underway in the San Mateo County section. These include the areas around Ano Nuevo and Butano State Parks, Loma Mar, Dearborn Park and the Butano Canyon community.
“The White House Canyon Road, Gazos Creek Road, Butano State Park Canyon area and Loma Mar area. So these four areas have been ordered to be removed from there,” said David Cosgrave, a spokesman for Calfire.
Before Tuesday’s storm – delegates went from house to house on Mount Santa Cruz and warned people that they had been evacuated.
Some residents are at San Lorenzo Valley High School 7105 Hwy 9 Felton
Pacific Elementary School at 50 Ocean Street in Davenport
Scots Valley Community Center at 360 Kings Village Road, Scots Valley
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JR Stone was in Dali City, Kalma, San Bruno, Pacifica and Burlingame on Tuesday evening when it was raining and windy and temperatures dropped. The driving conditions on Highway 101 in San Bruno were extremely fascinating. People were still walking down the street just as they were walking down the street.
“We have a son in Chicago and it’s snowing so we have nothing to complain about and the bay always needs rain so we won’t complain,” said Ricardo Molano, who went to practice with wife Marybeth as soon as it rained. . In Burlingame.
On Tuesday night the power of the molar power decreased for a short time. So the rescue operation went on at that time.
“We had a fireplace and it was hot and as soon as the lights went out I think the house said it was time for you to walk, so the power went out and so did we,” Ricardo said.
In the early hours of Tuesday night when waves collapsed on Pacifica, the PG&E crew at the Daily City were working to ensure malfunctioning equipment before the storm. All in the hope that the wind and rain won’t cause too much damage.
The Santa Cruz County Horse Evacuation Unit said about 30 horses had been brought in as well as chickens, goats and sheep. The animals ride to the Hallow Ranch quail park in Felton and private farms around the area.
Amy Holyfield is in San Francisco to find out how people are preparing for the biggest hurricane of the season.
The Public Works Department distributed 9,000 sandbags to residents who needed them and staff have come out in full force to temporarily stop flooding on city streets that are known to be flooded.
After six weeks of sunshine and drought, dinner outside is back with the biggest storm of the year. Restaurants these days set their tables but have very few customers. “Could the weather be better?” Asked Robert Welbeloved, owner of the Magnolia garden kitchen.
Yes, but that’s what it is. And it has improved the situation compared to two days ago.
Stormy winds in the area on Wednesday night caused debris in the outside dining tents.
Restaurant workers were trying to secure it, but another huge tent was seen lying on the street in the wind.
“My neighbors’ tent just blew up, God, I don’t know what we’re going to do,” said Josh Silvers, the restaurant’s owner.
Down the street, the outdoor tent in the Bailey Left Coast kitchen and tap room was flooded.
Strong winds and heavy rain have made driving on the Hwy 101 treacherous.
Neighbors living in the burnt area of East Santa Rosa were told by the fire department that there were plans to evacuate if necessary.
The East Bay hit the coastal region the most, with more than 26,000 power outages overnight.
Mounted on. In Diablo, wind speeds reached 80 miles per hour overnight and Concorde intensity reached 33 miles per hour.
In the Sierra, the chances of snow during this weekend are skyrocketing up to 8 inches.