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Power Outage Update: 16,000 without Service

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As rain and snow continue to drop on the Southern California region, old power outages get fixed and new ones occur. The Los Angeles Department of Water & Power reported some 700 outages after 3 p.m. and as of 4 p.m., Southern California Edison had 15,342 customers without power. The hardest hit areas serviced by Edison are Yucaipa (3,150 customers), Blythe (2,174), Shaver Lake (935), Forest Falls (925), Idyllwild, (498) and Ventura (467).