Sunday, 10 a.m. — Power has been partially restored to some residents in Palo Alto this morning, with more expected to be restored by noon.
Power was restored to some customers in the Crescent Park, Duvenick-St. Francis area, Palo Alto Utilities said in a Tweet at 7:23 a.m. after downed trees had caused outage to more than 700 customers.
Less than 100 customers remained without power this morning, with full restoration expected by midday. On Saturday, a group of about 100 city electric customers lost their power after a bird hit power lines. But the power has since been restored.
Saturday, 3 p.m. — An estimated 106 customers in the 3300 block of Alma Street are without power at this hour, according to the City of Palo Alto’s Utilities Department. The city says that it’s possibly because a bird hit the power lines. The estimated time of restoration is around 5 p.m. The utilities department is providing updates on its Twitter page.