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Hazardous weather conditions and high winds are two of the common causes of power outages.

Weather stations across our service area monitor wind and weather along power lines and this information is updated several times an hour on our website.

National Weather Service red flag conditions

Why We Monitor Weather Conditions

We have an obligation to protect public safety as well as the integrity of our electric system.

High winds associated with a Red Flag Warning could cause outages or require SDG&E to turn off power for public safety. If outages do occur, the power will stay off until it can be restored safely. During an outage, estimated power restoration information is updated as it becomes available.

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Wind Speeds

Moderate
(Under 35 MPH)
High
(Over 35 to under 45 MPH)
Extreme
(45 MPH and above)
Currently Experiencing
An Outage

Wind Condition Level By Circuit and Community

*Be aware that only portions of a circuit may be without power during any outages listed below.

Last Updated:

CircuitCommunitiesCurrent Wind Conditions24 Hour Max Gust
(projected)
Outage CauseEstimated Restoration Time
SDGE, a Sempra Energy Utility