UPDATE 10:50 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019 - Those impacted in Chico have lowered to 145 customers.
The PG&E map shows all have been restored in Anderson.
Only about 30 customers remain without power in Red Bluff.
UPDATE 10:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019 - Additionally, Shasta Lake is experiencing an outage.
The city posted at 9 p.m., there were about 1,700 customers being impacted. City electric crews were responding to restore service but the city says there is no estimated time for full restoration.
CALIFORNIA - PG&E says about 3,300 customers are without power in Northern California with no estimated time for full restoration.
The company says they are working to get power back to those in Anderson, Red Bluff and Chico.
Anderson currently has 78 customers impacted between two outages starting just before 8 p.m. PG&E says the cause is under investigation and there is no estimated time for restoration.
As for Red Bluff, PG&E says they are working five different outages impacting 1,733 customers with the largest impacting 1,680. These outages started around 8 p.m. and the company says the cause is under investigation with no estimated time for restoration.
In Chico, 1,488 customers were initially impacted after a tree fell onto powerlines in the area of Oak Park and Rose Avenues around 7:10 p.m. At 8:50 p.m., those numbers had dropped significantly to only 135 customers. There is no estimated time for full restoration.