Thousands of PG&E customers remain without power in the Bay Area, with the majority of those outages in San Francisco.
As a major storm moves across Northern California, there are power outages affecting more than 15,000 customers, according to PG&E.
PG&E is reporting close to 7,000 customers affected by power outages in the Bay Area Thursday morning.
The big storm expected to hit the Bay Area this week has PG&E preparing in advance to respond to power outages and is recommending that customers to do the same.
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A couple thousand Pacific Gas and Electric customers are without power across the Bay Area Tuesday morning.
A large tree branch fell down onto some power lines in Woodside Tuesday morning causing some outages and blocking lanes on Highway 84.
Power has been restored to more than 3,000 PG&E customers in American Canyon and Vallejo Sunday but the cause of the outage is still unknown, a PG&E spokeswoman said.
Power has been restored to nearly 2,000 customers following two separate power outages in Cupertino Saturday morning caused by a squirrel.
The decision stems from the disclosure of several private emails earlier this year between a PG&E executive and CPUC officials in a case over utility rates.