UPDATE (6:30 P.M.) - According to the PG&E power outage map, all power has been restored.
ORIGINAL STORY (4:12 P.M.) - Nearly 900 PG&E customers are without power in Los Osos, according to the utility outage map.
According to its website, the outage started around 3:45 p.m. Sunday and is expected to be restored at 7 p.m.
It is unknown what caused the power outage, but PG&E crews are assigned to asses the cause.
PG&E representatives are warning people of possible power outages and downed lines as forecasted winds could pick up Sunday evening.
#Safety: Windy conditions are being reported throughout Northern and Central #CA. Always assume that a fallen power line is live. Be careful near fallen trees. Never touch a downed power line, stay away and keep others away and call 911. #CaWx https://t.co/G61RyfE7BW pic.twitter.com/X0hprLDzFw— John Lindsey (@PGE_John) February 2, 2020