Utility Companies Work to Restore Power to Thousands Across L.A. on Super Bowl Sunday

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This weekend brought the heaviest rainfall of the season, which caused caused flash floods, mud and debris flows, and toppled trees.

The weather also knocked out electricity to thousands across Los Angeles — a major cause for concern on Super Bowl Sunday with the Rams in the mix.

Outage maps from Southern California Edison and LADWP show sporadic neighborhoods affected across the city.

LADWP said as of 6 a.m., there were 8,700 customers without power. By 11 a.m., the company said they had restored power to all but a couple dozen customers.

SoCal Edison said they had around 900 customers affected.

You can report an outage or check the map for SoCal Edison here.

Check LADWP here.

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