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Thousands of customers woke up Monday to ongoing power outages in parts of the Bay Area caused by Sunday night's wet weather.

The outages have affected customers in areas like Hayward, Oakland, Richmond, San Leandro, San Mateo and San Pablo.

According the PG&E, the following customers are experiencing power outages as of 6:30 a.m.:

  • San Mateo: 4,104
  • San Leandro: 1,352
  • Richmond: 259
  • Hayward: 895
  • Oakland: 605
  • San Pablo: 145

Track PG&E's live power outage map here

The Vallejo Fire Department said Sunday there were multiple areas in the city that were experiencing power outages due to weather causing power line failures.

Rain in the Bay Area area have shorted-out dozens of power poles including one in San Pablo.

Fire officials said PG&E is on site at the multiple locations within the city, however there is no estimate for when all outages will be restored.

Multiple smaller outages have also been reported in Pleasanton Hill, San Jose, Daly City, San Francisco, Oakland, and other areas, according to PG&E.

In Petaluma, police said a damaged power pole has blocked Madison Street between Wilson and Lakeview streets and is causing nearby power outages.

Authorities ask that people avoid the area, as they aren't sure how long the issues will persist.

They also want to remind motorists to treat intersections where lights are out as if stop signs were present.

Earlier Sunday, there were two separate power outages that affected thousands of PG&E customers in Morgan Hill and Gilroy.

NBC Bay Area Consumer Investigator Chris Chmura explains how California residents can get alerts for power outages -- whether rotating outages or power shutoffs.

Bay City News contributed the report.

This story is developing, check back for updates.

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Power outage map: Storms wipe out electricity across Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Storms knocked out power across the Bay Area for over 20,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers on Sunday night.

That fell to about 12,000 customers on Monday morning as PG&E restored power to some neighborhoods.

Here’s the breakdown of affected customers as of 8 a.m., according to PG&E:

  • East Bay: 6,293
  • Peninsula: 5,416
  • North Bay: 234
  • South Bay: 104
  • San Francisco: 15
  • Bay Area total: 12,062

Some outages could continue through the evening for some areas, according to PG&E’s outage map.

Rain showers started multiple outages around 7:30 p.m. on Sunday night, Bay City News reports. The wet weather damaged power poles, which also caused several fires to pop up, according to Alameda County firefighters.

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What causes power outages? Experts say these are the main triggers

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A pole fire in South San Francisco represents a much bigger problem across the Bay Area, dirt and debris build-up on power lines.

"Because we've had this bone dry weather," said Tamar Sarkissian, PG&E Spokesperson

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When the first rain or even mist hits the lines, PG&E's spokesperson says the now wet debris can cause trouble.

"That can cause it to become like a mud and mud conducts electricity so in those situations we'll sometimes see pole fires and outages related to that," said Sarkissian.

Sarkissian says the mud phenomenon was responsible for the majority of power outages Sunday night, especially in the East Bay and Peninsula.

VIDEO: Thousands of PG&E customers without power after transformer fires

"These early rains are what would trigger these sorts of instances," said Sarkissian.

She says the weather related outages will continue to be an issue until we have steady, consistent rain in an area.

PG&E is trying to limit the problem with a pole washing program, but until recently it was primarily been used for larger transmission towers, not neighborhood poles.

PG&E says approximately 2,000 neighborhood poles were recently washed, mainly in the Richmond area.

"To make sure we are doing everything we can to prevent these instances from occurring," said Sarkissian.

RELATED: PG&E presents preparedness plan to CPUC on Public Safety Power Shutoffs, wildfires

Residents near the pole fire in South San Francisco questioned PG&E's response time.

"PG&E showed up what after an hour and a half? I think it's a little too long," said Luis Esquivias, South San Francisco Resident.

"Even a single pole repair can take quite a bit of time. And when you see so many all at once that's why we sometimes see extended outages," said Sarkissian.

PG&E says the problem is not specific to them. ABC7 News confirmed with Southern California Edison that they also experience this type of issue.

MAP: Here are current outages in Bay Area


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PLEASANTON, CA — A power outage was affecting more than 3,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers Sunday evening, the utility reported on its outage map. The utility deployed a crew to assess the widespread situation.

It was unclear what caused the outage, which was affecting 3,025 energy users around 6 p.m.

No other information was immediately available.

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