SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — As the latest in a series of storms to hit the Bay Area continued to move south Sunday morning, PG&E worked to restore electricity to more than 20,000 customers who lost power.

A broken power pole that left around 8,500 San Francisco residents in the dark Sunday morning has been repaired, PG&E spokesman Joe Molica said.

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PG&E crews were working to restore service to 5,060 customers in the North Bay, Molica said.

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Around 4,730 Peninsula residents were without power, and 1,310 customers were impacted in the South Bay, according to PG&E.

Since Thursday, PG&E estimated that 276,780 customers around the Bay Area lost power at some point, Molica said.

About 93 percent of those outages have been resolved.

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