With windy, dry weather in the forecast, California utilities are considering shutting off power to more than 700,000 customers across the state to try to prevent wildfires ignited by electrical equipment.
Southern California Edison's website showed Tuesday that more than 106,000 customers in parts of eight counties could face power cuts.
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That's in addition to the more than 600,000 customers that Pacific Gas & Electric announced a day earlier could be affected in the Bay Area.
The largest numbers of potentially affected SoCal Edison customers are in Los Angeles County and to the east in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Also under consideration are areas to the west in Ventura County and to the north in Kern, Tulare, Inyo and Mono counties.
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On Monday, Pacific Gas & Electric announced possible blackouts in 30 northern and central counties starting Wednesday.
Here is a list of the areas that may be affected:
Los Angeles County (approximately 30,773 customers)
Unincorporated areas including Acton, Agua Dulce, Boiling Point, White Heather, Canyon Country, Newhall, Leona Valley, Letteau Canyon, Lake Hughes, Green Valley, Elizabeth Lake, Sylmar, Portal Ridge, Canyon Country and near Antelope Valley
Riverside County (approximately 19,434 customers)
Unincorporated Riverside County including the communities of Whitewater and Bonnie Bell, Banning Pass, Cabazon, Owl, portions of Desert Hills Outlet Mall, North Palm Springs, Beaumonth, Banning, Gilman Hot Springs, Lakeview and Mons
San Bernardino County (approximately 27,630 customers)
Unincorporated San Bernardino County, including the communities of Doble and Upper Holcomb Valley, Cajon Pass, Devore, Etiwanda, Lucerne Valley, Lytle Creek, Running Springs, Cedar Pines Park, Valley of Enchantment, Crestline and Valley View Park
Ventura County (approximately 1,589 customers)
Fillmore and unincorporated areas
Kern County (approximately 12,076 customers)
Unincorporated areas including Kernville, Wofford Heights, Lake Isabella, Camp Owens, south of Tehachapi, Lebec, Bear Valley Springs, Stallion Springs, Keene, Golden Hills, Sand Canyon, Alpine Forest, Manolith, Weldon, Bella Vista, near Antelope Valley, near Monolith, Onyx and Canebrake
Mono County (approximately 13,963 customers)
Unincorporated areas near Bishop including the community of Paradise and portion of Swall Meadows, Mammoth Lakes (Trails, Core**, North**, Slopes), June Lake Village, Loop, Crestview, Mono Lake, Mono City, North Conway, Willow Springs, Bridgeport, Old Mammoth, Mammoth Lakes Basin, Lee Vining, Lee Vining Canyon, Falls Creek Tract and Bridgeport Valley to Twin Lakes
Inyo County (approximately 538 customers)
Unincorporated areas including Aspendell and Round Valley
Tulare County (approximately 253 customers)
Unincorporated areas including Fairview, Johnsondale, Sugarloaf Saw Mill and Sugarloaf Mountain Park