•Nevada City: Several inches of snow and lots of downed trees and limbs. No AT&T cell phone service part of the day, but it was restored later. One resident told me PG&E reported he might not get his power restored for another day because of downed lines.
•Greenhorn & Brunswick outside of Grass Valley: “No power here since last night. From eyeballing it on my bird feeder I’d guess about 15 in of snow here so far.”
•Center of the Arts. Lost power on the last song of the night of Saturday’s performance.
•Lake of the Pines: “Moderate wind and rain (for a major storm) and no snow. Power has remained on, but since this is PG&E, that’s subject to change.”
•North San Juan: “We got about 4 inches last night, but then back to rain. Lost power for a couple of hours, generator work’s fine.”
The latest from the PG&E outage report:
Nevada City: 14 outage(s) affecting 500 to 4999 customer(s)
Grass Valley: 14 outage(s) affecting 500 to 4999 customer(s)
Alta Sierra: 10 outage(s) affecting 1 to 49 customer(s)
There is no estimate on when power might be restored.
The latest updates are here.
Thanks to the crews of PG&E, AT&T, the city and county all all the rest for their efforts.