In an effort to prevent wildfires, PG&E has shut off power to thousands of customers in the North Bay under a Red Flag Warning.
The good news is the National Weather Service has canceled a wind advisory in the Bay Area.
Many local officials believe the utility had no choice after the devastating wildfires last year.
PG&E says it about 415 customers in Sonoma County will be impacted, 5,700 in Napa County and approximately 11,000 in Lake County.
The utility says it could take up to 24 hours or longer to restore power because crews must physically inspect power lines to ensure they are safe before they can be re-energized.
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