Sacramento County power outage caused by weather on Sunday

Several weather-related power outages impacted tens of thousands of people across Sacramento County on Sunday as winds picked up across Northern California. The outage was reported around 3:45 pm By 5:05 pm, only 48 customers were without power. Video from Metro Fire shows a power line snapped in half and smoking. There were no reported injuries. | READ MORE | Tracking Northern California rain: What to know about winds, timeline of storm, flash flooding watchOther outages across SacramentoMeanwhile, thousands of people in downtown Sacramento were also without power.A power outage was reported around 4:30 pm for 5,093 customers, according to SMUD’s outage map. The estimated restoration time is 5:35 pmBy 6 pm only 36 customers were without power.SMUD said it was due to a tree on a power line. This is a developing story, stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

Several weather-related power outages impacted tens of thousands of people across Sacramento County on Sunday as winds picked up across Northern California.

The first one impacted about 10,490 customers in Rio Linda at the height of the outage, according to SMUD’s outage map. The outage was reported around 3:45 pm By 5:05 pm, only 48 customers were without power.

The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said the outage appeared to have been weather related. Video from Metro Fire shows a power line snapped in half and smoking.

There were no reported injuries.

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| READ MORE | Tracking Northern California rain: What to know about winds, timeline of storm, flash flooding watch

Other outages across Sacramento

Meanwhile, thousands of people in downtown Sacramento were also without power.

A power outage was reported around 4:30 pm for 5,093 customers, according to SMUD’s outage map. The estimated restoration time is 5:35 pm

By 6 pm only 36 customers were without power.

SMUD said it was due to a tree on a power line.

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This is a developing story, stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

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