Tens of thousands of people still without power in the midst of the NorCal storm

Tens of thousands of people still without power after the NorCal storm



FIRST THIS KCRA THREE NEWS AT. 4:00. >> THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE IN THE FOOT AND SIERRA KEEP POWER SHIPPING FOR AN EIGHT DAYS. A STORM IN THE LAST WEEK PULLED OUT THE POWER WITH TREES WHICH FALLED IN ELECTRICAL CHINES USED IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES IN MOUNTAINS. ANDREA: MORE THAN A WEEK LATER, CREWS MAKE PROGRESS, BUT CUSTOMERS REMAIN WITHOUT POWER AND ARE FRUSTRATED, ABOUT THEY WERE CHARGED IN THE COLD. SOME CUSTOMERS TELL US THAT THEY STILL DON’T KNOW WHEN THEIR ELECTRICITY COULD TURN ON AGAIN. BRIAN: BRITTANY JOHNSON IS LIVE FOR US NOW WITH A LOOK AT WHAT IS BEING DONE TO GET THE POWER TO PEOPLE AGAIN. BRITTA: IT’S A MIXED BACK OF WHAT WE SEE, SOME PEOPLE HAVE HAVE THEIR POWER RESTORED, AS IT WAS HERE AT THE NETHERLANDS FLYVUNION PRIMARY SCHOOL, BUT THERE ARE STILL SOME WITHOUT POWERON. I WANT TO SHOW YOU SOME VIDEO THAT WE SHOT EARLIER TODAY OF PG&E TREATMENTS RIGHT DOWN ON THE WAY FROM THE SCHOOLS WORKING ON ELECTRIC WIRES. NOW WE HAVE SEEN CREWSUT OI THE AREA, WE ARE BEGINNING TO SEE STOCK AND REPLY TO REACH AREAS. SOME PEOPLE ARE ON DAY EIGHT WITHOUT POR WEAND COUNT. A MAN I TALKED WITH WHO LIVES ON STRTSEE SAYS HE HAS BEEN PEROW SINCE BEFORE CHRISTMAS BECAUSE OF A STORM THAT CAME THROUGH T AREHEA. HE SAYS THE POWER WAS RECOVERED HIS OWN TODAY >> EVEN THAT IT TAKED A LONG TIME, PG&E WORKED VERY HARD. SOMMETI – WE WANT TO SAY, FRUSTRATINGEC BAUSE IT DOESN’T LOOK LIKE THEY WERE DNGOI SOMETHING, BUT THEY TRIED TO FIND OUT WHERE EVERYTHING WAS USED. WE GOT IT SO FAST. BRITTANY: OUTSIDE PE, G & CALFIRE WERE OUT HERE TODAY, AND THEY WERE ONLY AT SCHOOL, THEY STOPPED BEFORE WE GO LIVE, THE CLEANED TREES, CLEANED UP THE TREES FROM PROPANTANKE AND CAN ALSO BE CLEARED AS WELL. FOR NOW, REPORTING LIVE AND OUTSIDE, RUDY JOHNSON, KCRA THREE NEWS. ANDREA: WE WANT TO SHOW YOU THE COUNTIES WHO HAVE HARD HARD OF THE INTERRUPTIONS. NEVADA COUNTYIT WHERE MORE THAN 12,000 PEOPLE WITHOUT POWER. PEOPLE IN GRASS VALLEY AND SIERRA ARE ALSO IN THE GROUP. ABOUT 1200EO PPLE HAVE RECEIVED THEIR UETR CITY AGAIN IN THE UNITED DAY. BRIAN: IN EL DADORO COUNTY, 6000 CUSTOMERS ARE IN THE DARK. 2300 HAS GOT IT RESTOD.RE ANDREA: 5500 REMAINS WITHOUT POWER IN PLACER COUNTY. 3000 PEOPLE ARE WAITING FOR THEIR ELECTRICITY AND AMADOR COUNTY. BRIAN: CRE OWSF RESTORED POWER TO THE LARGEST OF TODD-VALLEY, SPRING-VALLEY AND OTHER COUNTRY AREAS IN THE FOREST HILL AREA IS STILL WITHOUT POWER. THE PRIMARY SCHOOLS OPEN RE-OPENING TOMORROW, THEY HAVE POWER AND THEY HAVE BEEN READY OEDF SNOW. THERE ARE TWO SCHOOL DISTRICTS WHO WILL BE CLOSED TOMORROW DUE TO THESE GOVERNMENT. POLLOCK PINES ELEMENTARY AND SILVER FORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT SAY THEY DO NOT OPEN ON TUESDAY. ANDREA: PG&E IS WORKING ON REPAIR OF LINES ALONG HIGHWAY 88 IN THE DUGROPS AREA AND AMADOR. THE WORK BEGUN TODAY AND IS REALLY EXPECTED TO ARGEP TOMORROW. WHILE THE WORK IS STANDING, THERE WILL BE SOME COURSE CLOSURES. YOU CAN EXPECT DELAYS IF YOU TRAVEL THIS WAY. INVENTORIES FROM THE ENTIRE REGION AND COUNTRY HELP WITH REPAIR WORK IN SIERRA. SMUD SUBMITTED THESE PICTURES, WHICH SHOWED THEIR WORKERS TO HELP DAMAGES AND RECOVERY R.PO BRIAN: IF YOU LATER RECEIVED A MESSAGE FROM PG&E THAT IN YOUR CENTER,. WE RECEIVED MANY CALLS AND EMAILS TODAY, FROM PEOPLE WHO HAD HAD THAT THE WEATHER WAS WALKING ON THEIR BIS.LL. WE RECOMMEND PG&E FOR ANSWERS. THEY TOLD US THAT THERE WAS A PROBLEM WITH THE SELLER TO ITS WEBSITE, AND THE ERROR IMPACDTE PROJECTED BIS.LL PG&E SAYS THE PROBLEM HAS BEEN SOLVED. ANDREA: TO KCRA-3 WEATHER. A SYSTEM THAT IS BEING IN RIGHT NOW. NOW YOU CAN SEE CLOUDY SKIES OVER OUR REGION IN SACRAMENTO, STOCKTON, FAIRFIELD AND LAKE TAHOE. CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MARK FANIN SHOWS US IF THIS SYSTEM HAS MORE IMPACT ON SIEA. BRAND: IN ARSEA BY ETH SIERRA, FOOTHILLS LOWER SIERRA – THE AREAS WERE AFFECTED BY POWER SUPPLIES. WILL NOT SEE A LARGE IMPACT IN THESE AREAS. BUT WE SEE MORE CLOUDS AND RAIN. DOPPLER RADAR SHOWING JUST A FEW VERY LIGHT SHOWERS THAT BEGIN TO MOVE IN. THE SECOND THING IT WILL POINT OUT IS THAT ETH BEST ACTIVITY IS NORTH OF INTERSTATE 80. STOCKT, AT MODESTO, SONORA, TWAIN HARD MAY HAVE NOT SEEN RAIN. THERE HAVE BEEN A FEW LIGHT SHOWERS AND FAIRFIELD. JUST NORTH OF THE INTERSTATE 80’S SPREADS MORE LIGHT. I EXPECTED PLACES LIKE SACRAMENTO AND EVERY GROVE WILL REMAIN DRY IN THE NEXT FEW HOURS. RS SAME THINGS AND AMADOR IELN DORADO COUNTY. IF YOU GO FURTHER NORTH FROM THE GRASS VALLEY AREA, YOU WILL LEARN RAIN. IT’S ALL HIT AND MISS. YOU SEE SOMETHING WHITE HERE, BUT IT IS THE DOPPLER ACTIVITY THAT DOES NOT REACH THE EARTH. IT TAKES A TIME BEFORE WE GET RAIN AND SNOW. WHEN THE SNOW FLIES INTO SIERRA, IT WILL BE 5000 FT AND HIGHER. SO AGAIN, V

Tens of thousands of people still without power after the NorCal storm

In the midst of days of snowfall and significant weather in Northern California, tens of thousands of people across the Sierra and at the foot are still without power. Aid workers are working to restore energy to people who began to lose power during the holidays, as another cycle of rain and snow is expected to pass through the region. However, this round will not be so important compared to the weather from previous days. KCRA 3 Meteorologist Mark Finan said there will be enough snow over 5,000 feet, which is expected to force road officers to require chains for drivers traveling through the Sierra. At this point, further problems from this weather system are also unlikely. Another sigh of relief for crew members trying to restore power is a break from the weather, with the next chance for rain and snow early on Friday. At its worst, there have been as many as 90,000 customers without power since the Christmas weekend. Pr. January 3 at 19.50 there are about 24,000 customers without electricity. Here is a breakdown of outcomes by county: Nevada County: 10,929 customers El Dorado County: 4,968 customersLocate County: 4,877 customersAmador County: 2,577 customersCalaveras County: 314 customers.Due to weather conditions, the Pollock Pines Elementary School and Silver Fork Elementary School districts announced that they will be closed on tuesday. | RELATED | Sierra blizzard: Here are mass relief resources by county. On Friday, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. called to several different utilities across the west coast to get reinforcements for repairing wires. The company said it expects more mutual assistance from Monday, which they hope will speed up restoration times for customers. One of the companies helping PG&E is the Sacramento Municipal Utility District, or SMUD. Crews helped replace poles and wires.

In the midst of days of snowfall and significant weather in Northern California, tens of thousands of people across the Sierra and at the foot are still without power.

Aid workers are working to restore energy to people who began to lose power during the holidays as another cycle of rain and snow is expected to pass through the region. However, this round will not be as significant compared to the weather from previous days.

KCRA 3 meteorologist Mark Finan said there will be enough snow over 5,000 feet, which is expected to force road officers to require chains for drivers traveling through the Sierra. At this point, further problems from this weather system are also unlikely.

Another sigh of relief for crew members trying to restore power is a break from the weather, with the next chance for rain and snow early on Friday. At its worst, there have been as many as 90,000 customers without power since the Christmas weekend. Pr. January 3 at 19.50 there are about 24,000 customers without electricity.

Here is an overview of the interruptions by county:

  • Nevada County: 10,929 customers
  • El Dorado County: 4,968 customers
  • Placer County: 4,877 customers
  • Amador County: 2,577 customers
  • Calaveras County: 314 customers

Also due to weather conditions, Pollock Pines Elementary School and Silver Fork Elementary School districts announced they will be closed Tuesday.

| RELATED | Sierra blizzard: Here are mass relief resources by county

On Friday, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. called several different utilities across the west coast for reinforcements in repair lines. The company said it expects more mutual assistance from Monday, which they hope will speed up restoration times for customers.

One of the companies helping PG&E is the Sacramento Municipal Utility District, or SMUD. Crews helped replace poles and wires.

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