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October 16, 2019 – Today – at 8:00am, Southern California Edison announced Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) consideration in Riverside County and San Bernardino County. PSPS under consideration means they are monitoring potentially dangerous weather conditions such as hot, dry and wind weather. PSPS conducts an assessment by analyzing historical data and closely monitor weather watch alerts from National Weather Service.
They may send out an immediate alert if PSPS event will happen via Southern California Edison website, facebook and twitter. How will they make this notification?
First Notification: 2 Days Ahead
If weather conditions warrant a possible PSPS, we will notify potentially affected customers.
Second Notification: 1 Day Ahead
If weather conditions persist, we will notify impacted customers again.
Third Notification: Power Shutoff
When weather conditions confirm the decision to shut off power, we will send a notification to impacted customers.
For details, here’s the information including cities and counties under PSPS consideration