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Map | PG&E announces potential power shutoffs for Wednesday, Nov. 20

PG&E said weather conditions may lead to power shutoffs for thousands of customers across 16 counties.

SAN FRANCISCO — With no rain in sight, California prepares for another round of Red Flag Warning weather.

The National Weather Service announced a Red Flag Warning that is expected to be in effect from Wednesday to Thursday.

In response to coming weather conditions, PG&E announced potential shutoffs for the duration of the Red Flag Warning.

PG&E released a map to show which areas would have their power turned off. It was last updated on Tuesday morning. 

Since the release of the map, PG&E canceled power shutoffs for several counties.

The power is expected to go out for 181,388 customers starting Wednesday morning. PG&E did not give an exact time as to when the power will be turned off.

ABC10 will update the following map as new information is confirmed.

Map information:

Blue  = Counties PG&E said could be affected

Black = Expected areas to have the power shutoff 

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