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Americans in 49 states have extra reason to be thankful this year: They aren’t citizens of California.
As many as 76,000 Southern California customers could spend Thanksgiving without power due to elevated wildfire risk.
Communities from Hemet to Ventura may lose power as part of Edison’s Public Safety Power Shutoff program, intended to keep electrical systems from becoming a source of wildfire ignition, as forecasts call for gusty Santa Ana winds and dry conditions across the Southland.
The National Weather Service said the powerful wind event is expected to begin Thursday and last through Friday evening.
Winds of up to 65 mph could pummel parts of the San Fernando Valley, Santa Monica Mountains, Santa Clarita Valley, San Gabriel Mountains and Malibu, according to meteorologist Ryan Kittell of the National Weather Service in Oxnard.
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The real turkey here is the governor of California.https://t.co/oJGTC16GDo
— David J Harris Jr (@DavidJHarrisJr) November 25, 2020
— Wendy Marie (@GlassHouses73) November 25, 2020
Ah come on. If this isn't socialism rolling in, what is? Newsomes power will be on I'm sure.
Edison May Cut Off Power to Southern California Homes on Thanksgiving to ‘Prevent Fires’ https://t.co/KIqyAaXy7v
— Diana Miller (@DianaMi39130285) November 25, 2020
I warned you, California. HAVE YOU HAD ENOUGH YET? This is the next Marxist shoe to drop. Control. Control. They order you to stay home at Thanksgiving and then they turn your power off. You still support this dictator in Sacramento? https://t.co/3WdnSAJd3s
— Graham Ledger (@GrahamLedger) November 25, 2020
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