(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) #SOCal Report: More than 12,900 utility customers were without power in Los Angeles County Saturday as triple-digit temperatures broke records across the Southland, officials said.With a statewide Flex Alert in effect, as firefighters grappled with a tense heat wave that brought temperatures as high as 117 degrees in Woodland Hills #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.07: That’s the highest temperature the area has seen in September since 1979, when a high of 115 degrees was recorded on Sept. 9.By 5 p.m. Saturday, power outages amid the record-breaking heat were affecting 11,244 Southern California Edison customers and another 1,670 serviced by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, according to both agencies:

#SOCal Report: New monthly high temperature record of 117-degrees in September 2020:

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Most of those affected by LADWP outages were in the Baldwin Hills/ Crenshaw area, where about 1,640 customers were without power.California’s Flex Alert, calling on state residents to reserve electricity, remains in effect 3 p.m. through 9 p.m. Saturday.“Help conserve energy by adjusting air conditioners to 78 degrees or higher, avoid using large appliances and turn off all unneeded lights,” #SoCal Edison said in a tweet.https://twitter.com/California_ISO/status/1302334140482641921

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