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sdg&e turns off power to parts of inland san diego county as winds gust to 75 mph

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sdg&e turns off power to parts of inland san diego county as winds gust to 75 mph

sdg&e turned off the power to more than 800 customers in six areas in east county and north county on wednesday night to protect the power grid and minimize the risk of wildfires as a santa ana wind storm picked up speed.forecasters say the winds gust to 75 mph at sill hill, near descanso, which is the speed of a category 1 hurricane. palomar mountain hit 58 mph and julian reached 43 mph.sdg&e said earlier wednesday that it had notified 170,000 people, mostly in east county, that they could lose power as the windstorm turned extreme on thursday.as of 9:42 p.m. wednesday, the utility had turned off power in parts of west descanso, viejas, boulder creek, live oak springs, boulevard, jucumba, japatul valley, buckman springs and morena valley, santa ysabel, wynola, and pine hills, valley center, rincon, pauma valley, la jolla indian reservation, hellhole canyon, la jolla indian reservation, mesa grande, santa ysabel, palomar mountain and lake henshaw. the outages, which will last until at least 4 p.m. thursday, currently affect about 800 customers.live outage mapsdg&e added a statement about 9 p.m. that says: “alert: an extreme weather event with high winds and dry conditions is underway in select areas of the region. to maintain public safety, sdg&e has begun turning off power to customers in several communities.“current conditions indicate that power may remain out for several days before it can be safely restored. if your power is out, please be sure you have adequate emer...