1,600 Without Power (6 p.m.): There are about 1,600 customers without power in Altadena as of Sunday evening, according to Mashi Nyssen of SoCal Edison. That is down from 2,100 on Saturday evening and 5,600 on Friday evening. That compares to about 41,000 countywide as of 4 p.m. Sunday.
95 Percent Sunday (4:10 p.m.): SoCal Edison is now saying it will have power restored to 95 percent of customers tonight. Utility officials had announced Friday they hoped to have full or very-near-full restoration by Sunday night. We're still waiting on current figures on how many in Altadena are lacking power.
New Wind Forecast (1:15 p.m.): Forecasters have issued a wind advisory for Los Angeles County for Sunday evening, but it appears that the San Gabriel Valley will not see the same kind of storm that it did Wednesday night, according to David Sweet, a meterologist with the National Weather Service's Oxnard office.
Sweet said the winds would be typical Santa Anas, coming in from the northeast. As local , Wednesday's winds were coming from a northerly direction, making them unusually high for the Pasadena and Altadena area.
Still, Sweet said there could be winds as high as 35 mph in Pasadena/Altadena late Sunday night to early Monday morning.
Windy weather is expected to continue at least through Tuesday morning, he added.
Sunday morning updates:
- As of 10 a.m. Sunday morning, SoCal Edison is reporting that there are about 50,000 people without power in their coverage areas, which include Altadena.
- For those who still lack power, the utility has a distribution center open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with flashlights, batteries, ice, and water at the .
- For those who are beginning the clean-up process .
- The National Weather Service continues to forecast windy weather on Sunday for Los Angeles County and possible high winds on Monday and Tuesday.
- KTLA has the story of an Altadena man with a downed tree and wire in his pool.
- , , and the have all reported via Facebook that they have power and are open.