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UPDATE: Power back on for most in North SLO County

UPDATE (6:44 a.m) – Crews have restored power to almost everyone who was left in the dark early Thursday morning in northern San Luis Obispo County.

According to the PG&E outage map, about 55 people remain without power off of Highway 46 West near Templeton. Power should be back on by 7:45 a.m.

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UPDATE (6:10 a.m.) – PG&E has restored power to the 1,600 customers in Paso Robles along Highway 46, east of the airport.

Crews are still assessing an outage stretching from Highway 46 West in Templeton up to the west end of Lake Nacimiento.

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UPDATE (6:00 a.m.) – PG&E crews are responding to second, large power outage in Northern San Luis Obispo County.

The outage is impacting over 2,100 customers stretching from Templeton to the Lake Nacimiento area. Power has been out since about 2:30 a.m. and is expected to be fully restored by 7:45 a.m. Thursday.

PG&E is also working on a nearby outage in Paso Robles surrounding Highway 46.

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More than 1,600 PG&E customers are without power in Paso Robles Thursday morning as a major storm makes it way across the Central Coast.

According to PG&E, the power was knocked out at about 3:30 a.m. It’s unclear if the outage is weather related but crews are assessing the situation.

The outage area is just east of the Paso Robles Municipal Airport, covering a stretch of Highway 46.

PG&E expects to have power fully restored by 6:45 Thursday morning.

PG&E crews were also assessing the cause of a handful of small outages in the Five Cities area.

Check back for updates.

Christina Favuzzi

Christina Favuzzi

Christina Favuzzi anchors KSBY's weekday morning newscast, "Daybreak," as well as reporting on investigative, human interest and political stories. Have a story idea? Email her at cfavuzzi@ksby.com.
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