MAP: 15 Northern California counties impacted by potential PG&E power shutoff

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>>Click here for PG&E’s Map of impacted areas

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – PG&E could once again shut off power for residents across 15 Northern California counties due to high fire danger.

At this time PG&E has not yet announced a PSPS but the utility company said it is monitoring weather conditions.

The highest fire risk is forecast from Wednesday night into Thursday morning.

The National Weather Service says gusty winds and low overnight humidity is expected in the East Bay Hills, parts of Sonoma and Napa Counties, and the Santa Cruz Mountains.

PG&E says the potential PSPS could impact up to 209,000 customers across the 15 counties.

In the Bay Area, the potential shutoff could impact the Napa, Sonoma, and San Mateo counties.

The following counties in the Sierra Foothills and North Bay may be affected, according to PG&E:

CountyCustomersCities
AmadorTotal: 13,131
Medical Baseline: 661
Amador City
Fiddletown
Jackson
Martell
Pine Grove
Pioneer
Plymouth
River Pines
Sutter Creek
Volcano
ButteTotal: 23,452
Medical Baseline: 1,762
Bangor
Berry Creek
Brush Creek
Butte Meadows
Butte Valley
Chico
Clipper Mills
Cohasset
Feather Falls
Forbestown
Forest Ranch
Hurleton,
Magalia
Oroville
Palermo
Paradise
Paradise Pines
Rackerby
Stirling City
Yankee Hill
CalaverasTotal: 14,586
Medical Baseline: 449
Angels Camp
Arnold
Avery
Camp Connell
Dorrington
Douglas Flat
Glencoe
Hathaway Pines
Mokelumne Hill
Mountain Ranch
Murphys
Rail Road Flat
San Andreas
Sheep Ranch
Vallecito
Valley Springs
West Point
White Pines
Wilseyville
El DoradoTotal: 39,786
Medical Baseline: 1,917
Aukum
Cameron Park
Canyon
Camino
Coloma
Cool
Diamond Springs
El Dorado
Fair Play
Garden Valley
Georgetown
Greenwood
Grizzly Flats
Kelsey
Kyburz
Lotus
Mount Aukum
Omo Ranch
Pacific House
Pilot Hill
Placerville
Pollock Pines
Rescue
Shingle Springs
Silver Fork
Somerset
Twin Bridges
LakeTotal: 1,895
Medical Baseline: 65
Cobb
Kelseyville
Loch Lomond
Middletown,
Upper Lake
MendocinoTotal: 862
Medical Baseline: 30
Fort Bragg
Hopland
Potter Valley
Redwood Valley
Ukiah
Yorkville
NapaTotal: 9,623
Medical Baseline: 206
Angwin
Calistoga
Deer Park
Lake Berryessa
Napa
Oakville
Pope Valley
Rutherford
St Helena
Yountville
NevadaTotal: 37,098
Medical Baseline: 1,630
Chicago Park
Grass Valley
Nevada City
North San Juan
Penn Valley
Rough And Ready
Soda Springs
Washington
PlacerTotal: 18,773
Medical Baseline: 820
Alta
Applegate
Auburn
Baxter
Colfax
Dutch Flat
Emigrant Gap
Foresthill
Gold Run
Lincoln
Loomis
Meadow Vista
Newcastle
Rocklin
Sheridan
Weimar
Christian Valley
PlumasTotal: 785
Medical Baseline: 6
Belden
Bucks Lake
La Porte
Quincy
Storrie
Tobin
Twain
San MateoTotal: 6,462
Medical Baseline: 104
Emerald Hills
Half Moon Bay
La Honda
Loma Mar
Pescadero
Portola Valley
Rackerby
Redwood City
San Gregorio
Woodside
SierraTotal: 1,160
Medical Baseline: 14
Alleghany
Downieville
Goodyears Bar
Pike
Sierra City
SonomaTotal: 33,613
Medical Baseline: 1,082
Annapolis
Boyes Hot Springs
Cloverdale
Fulton
Geyserville
Glen Ellen
Guerneville
Healdsburg
Kenwood
Larkfield
Santa Rosa
Sonoma
Windsor
SutterTotal: 229
Medical Baseline: 4
Pleasant Grove
Rio Oso
YubaTotal: 7,474
Medical Baseline: 447
Browns Valley
Brownsville
Camptonville
Challenge
Dobbins
Loma Rica
Marysville
Oregon House
Smartsville
Strawberry Valley
Wheatland

PG&E released a map that shows the impacted areas of the potential shutoff.

>>Click here for PG&E’s Map of impacted areas

>>Click here to type in your address to see if your affected

This comes just weeks after a massive power shutoff across Northern and Central California that left hundreds of thousands of people without power – some for multiple days.

PG&E says they will continue to monitor weather conditions to determine if a shutoff is necessary.

>>Click here for tips on how to prepare for a possible outage

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