About 25,000 Southern California Edison customers were without power Monday, Oct. 28, and the utility was considering cutting power to areas serving 350,000 more in 10 counties where Santa Ana winds were raising the fire danger.

As of 12:30 p.m. Monday, that included:

  • Los Angeles County: About 8,200 customers without power, 104,600 considered for outages
  • Orange County: No customers without power, 15,400 considered for outages
  • Riverside County: 167 without power, 60,300 considered for outages
  • San Bernardino County: About 6,300 without power, 67,400 considered for outages

(See the full list and other information below the map)

Edison notes on its website that while it regularly updates the list of communities being affected by these public safety power outages, “real-time data may be delayed or limited as field and weather conditions are dynamic and change constantly.”

The utility is sending out community crew vehicles to some of the areas without power. The vehicles have backup power so customers can charge their personal mobile devices; people can also get water, snacks and updates about the outages. Here are the two locations where vehicles will be stationed Monday, and their hours:

 



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