After high winds and wild land fires, about 2,500 PG&E customers remain without power in Butte County and about 800 in Yuba County, PG&E reported.

Most of the customers without power are within the fire and evacuated areas of Butte and northeastern Yuba counties from the Cherokee and La Porte fires, as well as other fire impacted areas.

PG&E crews continue to restore power outages from high winds throughout the North Valley region. When it is safe, PG&E crews will go into burn areas to assess damage and begin repairs and power restoration.

PG&E de-energizing power lines to support the fire response efforts from the Cherokee and La Porte fires. PG&E is working closely with first responders and once it is safe to access burn areas, and will assess damage and bring in crews and materials for any needed repairs.

The Cherokee Fire affected area without power are generally north of Oroville while the power outages from the La Porte fire are affecting Bangor in Butte County as well as Oregon House, Dobbins and Browns Valley in Yuba County.