The cleanup for a Fontana neighborhood where winds sending trees toppling into power lines, leaving more than a thousand people without power all day Saturday, was in full swing on Sunday afternoon.
Power was being restored Sunday to tens of thousands of people who lost electricity in Southern California after fierce Santa Ana winds gusting as much as 89 mph toppled trees and power poles.
About 1,500 Southern California Edison customers in Fontana have been without electricity since the pre-dawn hours on Saturday, after gusty winds pushed a tree onto two power poles, disrupting service.
Power was restored to homes in Silver Lake Thursday nearly three hours after a massive eucalyptus tree fell onto a street.
Preparations were underway Wednesday for the 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena.
Thousands of residents were without power Thursday morning as strong winds affected several areas across Los Angeles County.
Tens of thousands of Southern California Edison customers spent much of Monday electricity across the city of San Bernardino.
More than 63,000 Southland residents were without without power Friday due to the storm.
A power outage Monday caused several traffic signals to fail in Alhambra, according to police.
The Metro Red Line was suspended Monday morning following a power outage.
Power outages cut air conditioning Sunday for thousands of Southland residents suffering through triple-digit heat.
It did not take long for the heat to return on Sunday. In some areas, it never really went away.
A Los Angeles Department of Water and Power worker was shocked while working on a power line in Encino Thursday.
A surge that set off an explosion in an underground vault left more than 900 Santa Monica residents without power Sunday night.
Nearly 400 Southern California Edison customers were without service Saturday afternoon as crews worked to repair an overhead circuit in the same area where a pole caught fire on Friday.