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No Weather Means No New Power Outages

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Things have calmed down weather-wise (did you go for a hike yet?) and we're hearing of only a few areas without service. Southern California Edison, which experienced 676,587 outages last week, is only reporting down service in mountain and rural areas where lines are in rough terrain and other hard to reach areas. Lake Arrowhead, Blythe and Forest Falls remain without power, but should have it restored by tomorrow morning. More locally, the LADWP has not reported any outages via Twitter since Friday.

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