PG&E will be scheduling power safety shutoffs for over 30 counties and 7 tribes due to the red flag warning . Plumas, Tehama, and Butte county and Pit River tribe are among those that will be affected. Power will likely not be restored until Tuesday. Only a handful of homes should be expected. Plumas county Shutoff may begin as early as this morning and estimated to come back on by tomorrow at 10:00 pm. Weather can affect these times. Plumas is anticipating homes in the Bucks Lake area and a portion of the Feather River Canyon to be a part of the shut off.
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