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Power outages across California are almost inevitable, according to the state’s grid operator. in a day with increased energy use among record- high temperatures, the California Independent System Operator or Cal ISO has issued a warning that says business interruptions “may be unavoidable”. also seventh day in row where Flex Alert, voluntary call to save energy, has been released. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said in tweet that was sent to prepare for possible shutdowns. In preparation, the utility said it had notified 525,277 customers of readiness. for blackouts this evening.| Related stories below | Track California outages hereCalifornia heat wave: all time heat record in Sacramento broke at 115 degrees Expert explains why it is heat The wave is so disturbing on California networkWhy bet quarter on frozen cup of water before loss power as well as more Tips for Disabling KCRA 3 Tracks Updates on Tuesday, as they come. Follow below19:11: Cal ISO said energy use demand hit 52,061 megawatts, and new all time record19:07: KCRA 3 meteorologist Heather Waldman is coming over current conditions throughout Northern California. 19:03 18:48: about 12,400 clients in city of Davis without power. This outage started at 5:00 p.m.These outages in Davis heat-associated but not associated with rotational outages. PG&E in KCRA 3’s answer states that the utility sometimes “proactively de-energizes” some of this is equipment prevent safety danger and system”No Estimated Time of recovery for Davis. 6:07 pm: Sacramento International Airport reported that Terminal B is operational. on generators. SMUD asked to save electricity from 16:00 to 21:00. There are no shutdowns at the airport. 5:49 pm: An emergency alert was sent to mobile phones people save energy for avoid in risk of rolling blackouts.17:30: new the highest ever for downtown Sacramento is 116 degrees as of 5:30 p.m., according to KCRA 3 meteorologist Heather Waldman. Stockton also tied him up record high of 115 degrees today. highest notification that the network operator sends out when is that says he lacks the energy to satisfy demand. KCRA 3 asked Cal ISO if this means crashes are definitely happening and the agency responded in an email stating that power outages “may be unavoidable”. 5:21 pm: KCRA 3 reporter Melanie Wingo reports energy has arrived back on for businesses on C and 3rd streets in West Sacramento. PG&E crash map shows that there are still interruptions in in the city at 17:04: About 7,116 customers were left without electricity. in West Sacramento, according to the PG&E outage map. These are the crashes that were previously reported that were considered heatrelated to but not part of of rolling shutdowns. See below | KCRA 3 reporter Melanie Wingo took Take a look at the power outages in West Sacramento during our 17:00 16:30 newscast: KCRA 3 meteorologist Heather Waldman said that new all time record for downtown Sacramento is 115 degrees. original all time record was set on July 17, 1925, 4:28 pm: City. of West Sacramento said these outages extended to the Bright and Broderick areas. 3:50 pm: PG&E reported that 6,200 clients were down. power in West Sacramento. cause is heat, but the utility hasn’t clarified while the crews are investigating. PG&E did state that this failure was not related to the rolling blackouts it had roughly warned about. half about a million customers. No estimated time of restoration.

Power outages across California are almost inevitable, according to the state’s grid operator.

in a day with increased energy use among record- high temperatures, the California Independent System Operator or Cal ISO has issued a warning that says business interruptions “may be unavoidable”.

Tuesday also seventh day in row where Flex Alert, voluntary call to save energy was released.

This is stated in the message Pacific Gas & Electric Co. in tweet that was sent to prepare for possible shutdowns. In preparation, the utility said it had notified 525,277 customers of readiness. for blackouts tonight.

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KCRA 3 keeps track of updates on Tuesday, as they come. To follow below:

19:11: Cal ISO said energy use demand hit 52,061 megawatts, and new all time record.

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7:07 pm: KCRA 3 weatherman Heather Waldman is coming over current conditions in Northern California.


19:03

18:48: About 12,400 clients in city of Davis without power. Shutdown started at 17:00

These blackouts in Davis heat-associated but not associated with rotational outages. PG&E in KCRA 3’s answer states that the utility sometimes “proactively de-energizes” some of this is equipment prevent safety danger and system.”

No estimated time of recovery for Davis.

18:07: Sacramento International Airport reported that Terminal B is operational. on generators. SMUD asked to save electricity from 16:00 to 21:00. There are no shutdowns at the airport.

17:49: An emergency call was sent to mobile phones people save energy for avoid in risk of rolling shutdowns.

17:30: new the highest ever for downtown Sacramento is 116 degrees as of 5:30 p.m., according to KCRA 3 meteorologist Heather Waldman. Stockton also tied him up record high of 115 degrees today.

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17:29: California-based ISO has issued Energy Emergency Alert 3 from 5:17 pm to 8:00 pm. it highest notification that the network operator sends out when is that says he lacks the energy to satisfy demand.

KCRA 3 asked Cal ISO if this means crashes are definitely happening and the agency responded in an email stating that power outages “may be unavoidable”.

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17:21: KCRA 3 reporter Melanie Wingo reports energy has arrived back on for businesses on C and 3rd streets in West Sacramento. PG&E crash map shows that there are still interruptions in in city.

17:04: About 7,116 consumers were left without electricity in West Sacramento, according to the PG&E outage map. These are the crashes that were previously reported that were considered heatrelated to but not part of of rolling shutdowns.

See below | KCRA 3 reporter Melanie Wingo took watch the West Sacramento power outages during our 5:00 pm newscast

16:30: KCRA 3 meteorologist Heather Waldman said that new all time record for downtown Sacramento is 115 degrees. original all time record was set on July 17, 1925

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16:28: City of West Sacramento said these outages extended to the Bright and Broderick areas.

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15:50: PG&E said 6,200 customers do not have power in West Sacramento. cause is heat-linked, but the utility didn’t elaborate while the crews are investigating.

PG&E said the outage was unrelated to the rolling blackouts it roughly warned about. half about a million customers. No estimated time of restoration.

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