Most San Gabriel Locals Expected to Have Power Sunday Night

According to a new report by Southern California Edison, 95 percent of their customers will have power restored by 8 p.m. Sunday.

While approximately 41,000 Southern California Edison , the company is reporting that the power will soon be restored. 

According to company officials, 95 percent of Southern California Edison customers that lost their power in Wednesday's windstorm will have power restored by 8 p.m. Sunday. 

La Cañada residents without power after 8 p.m. will likely have service restored Monday evening. Edison officials stated  99.9 percent of all residences will have power restored by 8 p.m. Monday. 

SouthCal Edison currently has more than 270 crews working to restring power lines today. 

Meanwhile, opened Sunday on a limited basis. A Gardens spokesperson stated power had been restored in the Van de Kamp complex but the Rose Garden, Boddy House, Sturt Haaga Garden and water features remain closed.

The garden will be open at 10 a.m. for members and the public on Monday and Tuesday. The cafe will only serve beverages.

Strong winds are expected to return to Southern California Monday, but the San Gabriel Valley is expected to be spared from the storm. Santa Clarita, Porter Ranch and Malibu are expected to receive the strongest gusts tomorrow. 

Charles Hofgaarden December 05, 2011 at 02:08 PM
6 AM Monday morning on Flintridge Avenue in La Canada and STILL bo power.
Donna Evans December 05, 2011 at 06:10 PM
Thanks for the comment, Charles! I'm working on an update story now so please, tell me what this has been like for you! You may email me at donna.evans@patch.com or leave another comment here :-)
Brian December 05, 2011 at 10:47 PM
As of 6:00 PM Sunday approx, Northeast Altadena had power restored. Power was off for almost four days beginning Wednesday at 8:00PM. Driving around in the dark Altadena / Pasadena neighborhoods I noticed that just about everyone had no generator power / lights on except for two homes. I think the last time Altadena went 4 days with no power was back in the late 70's during a similar wind storm.


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