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US: Map: Where are the PG&E shutdowns, and when will the power come back? -- Press Enterprise

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Map: Where are the PG&E shutdowns, and when will the power come back?

Purple icons are areas where power has been shut off, red are areas where power is expected to be shut off at noon or later on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Zoom the map and click the icon for more detail.

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. shut down power early Wednesday morning to a wide area of Northern California and planned a second wave of outages, including the Bay Area, for around noon.

No restoration times were announced at the time of the shutdown. PG&E warned that the outages could last multiple days.

RELATED: Power outages begin in California amid hot, windy weather

The early round of outages included parts of these communities:

Amador County (16,041 customers): Pioneer, Jackson, Sutter Creek, Pine Grove, Plymouth, Volcano, Fiddletown, River Pines, Amador City, Drytown, Martell, Ione

Butte County (29,907 customers): Oroville, Chico, Magalia, Paradise, Berry Creek, Forest Ranch, Palermo, Bangor, Cohasset, Butte Meadows, Clipper Mills, Forbestown, Stirling City, Feather Falls, Biggs, Brush Creek, Yankee Hill, Gridley, Rackerby, Butte Valley, Hurleton, Paradise Pines

Calaveras County (23,708 customers): Arnold, Angels Camp, Copperopolis, Murphys, San Andreas, West Point, Mountain Ranch, Mokelumne Hill, Rail Road Flat, Vallecito, Wilseyville, Hathaway Pines, Avery, Glencoe, Douglas Flat, Sheep Ranch, White Pines, Dorrington, Camp Connell, Tamarack, Altaville, Valley Springs

Colusa County (1,813 customers): Arbuckle, Stonyford, Williams, Sites, Maxwell

El Dorado County (51,396 customers): Placerville, El Dorado Hills, Pollock Pines, Cameron Park, Camino, Rescue, El Dorado, Somerset, Cool, Shingle Springs, Georgetown, Garden Valley, Diamond Springs, Pilot Hill, Grizzly Flats, Twin Bridges, Greenwood, Kyburz, Lotus, Kelsey, Mount Aukum, Coloma, Pacific House, Fair Play, Omo Ranch, Silver Fork, Canyon, Aukum

Glenn County (1,590 customers): Orland, Willows, Artois, Elk Creek, Glenn

Humboldt County (62,393 customers): Eureka, Arcata, McKinleyville, Fortuna, Ferndale, Rio Dell, Trinidad, Garberville, Willow Creek, Hoopa, Redway, Blue Lake, Loleta, Bayside, Hydesville, Carlotta, Scotia, Miranda, Kneeland, Orleans, Myers Flat, Orick, Petrolia, Redcrest, Whitethorn, Weott, Alderpoint, Phillipsville, Samoa, Weitchpec, Honeydew, Fieldbrook, Korbel, Blocksburg, Alton, Fernbridge, Manila, Piercy, Somes Bar, Zenia, Fairhaven, Ettersburg, Fort Seward, Fields Landing, Westhaven, Salyer, Maple Creek, Burnt Ranch, Big Lagoon

Lake (37,439 customers): Clearlake, Lakeport, Clearlake Oaks, Lucerne, Nice, Upper Lake, Lower Lake, Middletown, Kelseyville, Cobb, Hidden Valley Lake, Glenhaven, Witter Springs, Clearlake Park, Loch Lomond, Kelseyville, Finley

Marin County (9,855 customers): Bolinas, Fairfax, Mill Valley, Muir Beach, Olema, Sausalito, Stinson Beach

Mendocino County (6,476 customers): Ukiah, Potter Valley, Hopland, Redwood Valley, Boonville, Calpella, Talmage, Garberville, Leggett, Cloverdale, Piercy, Westport

Napa County (32,124 customers): Napa, Saint Helena, Calistoga, Angwin, Pope Valley, Rutherford, Oakville, Deer Park, Lake Berryessa, Yountville, American Canyon

Nevada County (43,217 customers): Grass Valley, Nevada City, Penn Valley, Rough and Ready, Soda Springs, North San Juan, Washington, Norden, Chicago Park, Cedar Ridge, Truckee, Kingvale

Placer County (51,641 customers): Auburn, Lincoln, Loomis, Colfax, Newcastle, Foresthill, Granite Bay, Meadow Vista, Penryn, Rocklin, Applegate, Alta, Dutch Flat, Emigrant Gap, Weimar, Gold Run, Baxter, Roseville, Sheridan, Christian Valley, Cool, Pilot Hill, Soda Springs, Norden, Georgetown, Greenwood

Plumas County (803 customers): La Porte, Quincy, Belden, Storrie, Twain, Bucks Lake, Tobin

Shasta County (28,727 customers): Redding, Anderson, Shingletown, Palo Cedro, Cottonwood, Lakehead, Millville, Bella Vista, Oak Run, Whitmore, Igo, Round Mountain, Montgomery Creek, Big Bend, Shasta Lake, Ono, Shasta, Burney

Sierra County (1,165 customers): Sierra City, Downieville, Alleghany, Goodyears Bar, Pike City, Camptonville

Solano County (32,863 customers): Fairfield, Vacaville, Suisun City, Vallejo, Dixon

Sonoma County (66,289 customers): Santa Rosa, Sonoma, Petaluma, Healdsburg, Cloverdale, Glen Ellen, Penngrove, Geyserville, Kenwood, Rohnert Park, Windsor, Annapolis, Stewarts Point, Cotati, Cazadero, Guerneville, Larkfield, El Verano, Boyes Hot Springs, Fulton, Bodega Bay

Tehama County (24,385 customers): Red Bluff, Los Molinos, Gerber, Corning, Mineral, Paynes Creek, Manton, Vina, Tehama, Mill Creek, Paskenta, Proberta, Flournoy, Cottonwood, Chico, Orland, Anderson

Trinity County (1,047 customers): Burnt Ranch, Del Loma, Garberville, Hawkins Bar, Kettenpom, Platina, Salyer, Wildwood, Willow Creek, Zenia

Yolo County (5,792 customers): Winters, Esparto, Guinda, Capay, Brooks, Madison, Rumsey, West Sacramento

Yuba County (6,919 customers): Marysville, Browns Valley, Oregon House, Brownsville, Wheatland, Dobbins, Camptonville, Smartville, Challenge, Rackerby, Strawberry Valley, Loma Rica, Forbestown, Clipper Mills, Bangor, La Porte, North San Juan

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Expected starting at noon Wednesday are outages in parts of these communities:

Alameda County (32,680 customers): Oakland, Castro Valley, Fremont, Union City, Berkeley, Hayward, San Leandro, Sunol, Pleasanton, Livermore

Alpine County (633 customers): Bear Valley

Calaveras County (23,708 customers): Arnold, Angels Camp, Copperopolis, Murphys, San Andreas, West Point, Mountain Ranch, Mokelumne Hill, Rail Road Flat, Vallecito, Wilseyville, Hathaway Pines, Avery, Glencoe, Douglas Flat, Sheep Ranch, White Pines, Dorrington, Camp Connell, Tamarack, Altaville, Valley Springs

Contra Costa County (51,310 customers): San Ramon, Orinda, Lafayette, Moraga, Pinole, Richmond, Kensington, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Berkeley, Canyon, San Pablo, Pittsburg, Rodeo, Concord, Albany, Antioch, Martinez

Mariposa County (1,812 customers): Coulterville, La Grange, Greeley Hill, Mariposa

Mendocino County (6,476 customers): Ukiah, Potter Valley, Hopland, Redwood Valley, Boonville, Calpella, Talmage, Garberville, Leggett, Cloverdale, Piercy, Westport

San Joaquin County (52 customers): Vernalis, Tracy, Stockton, Farmington

San Mateo County (14,766 customers): Half Moon Bay, El Granada, Woodside, Moss Beach, Montara, Portola Valley, Pescadero, La Honda, Redwood City, San Gregorio, Loma Mar, San Mateo, Menlo Park, Emerald Hills, Pacifica, Princeton, Davenport, Palo Alto

Santa Clara County (38,250 customers): San Jose, Morgan Hill, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Redwood Estates, Milpitas, Sunnyvale, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Coyote, Gilroy, Mount Hamilton, Palo Alto, Holy City

Santa Cruz County (36,940 customers): Aptos, Boulder Creek, Watsonville, Scotts Valley, Soquel, Ben Lomond, Felton, Santa Cruz, Los Gatos, Mount Hermon, Brookdale, Davenport, Capitola, Freedom, La Selva Beach, Corralitos, Saratoga, Bonny Doon

Stanislaus County (1,088 customers): Westley, Grayson, Patterson, Oakdale, Knights Ferry, La Grange, Modesto, Riverbank

Tuolumne County (34,413 customers): Sonora, Groveland, Twain Harte, Jamestown, Tuolumne, Mi Wuk Village, Pinecrest, Columbia, Soulsbyville, Long Barn, Strawberry, Chinese Camp, Cold Springs, Moccasin, Big Oak Flat, Sierra Village

Expected at 4 p.m. Thursday is a shutdown in Kern County (42,373 customers): Bakersfield, Arvin, Buttonwillow, Dustin Acres, Edison, Fellows, Lamont, Lebec, Maricopa, McFarland, McKittrick, Mettler Station, Shafter, Taft, Tehachapi, Tupman, Valley Acres, Wasco

For a map of the planned shutdown area announced on Tuesday, click here.

For a map of drop-in centers offering water, device charging and air conditioning for affected customers, click here.

Embedded below is Pacific Gas & Electric's outage map, which is updated every 15 minutes. Click on an individual icon for information, including the expected restoration time. If the map doesn't display on your mobile device, click here to go to the Pacific Gas & Electric site. In either case, the map may take some time to load, or you may receive an error message, because of heavy traffic to PG&E's website.

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