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PG&E

Powering crucial weather awareness

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) keeps 16 million customers across 70,000 square miles of Northern and Central California up to date with a weather map that provides insights on wildfire risk and weather events that could impact their service.

It’s a feast for weather geeks, and provides context for all: The map visualizes multiple layers of data including humidity, precipitation, temperatures, wind speeds and wind gusts, and provides access to thousands of weather stations and dozens of high-definition cameras in use by PG&E.

The map gives a heads up to regions whose seven-day forecast indicates a need to proactively turn off electric power lines, and shows customers areas that are under a National Weather Service Red Flag Warning.


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Maps feature data from Mapbox and OpenStreetMap and their data partners.