Update (9:30pm) Customers in Santa Maria may be affected by the Public Safety Power Shutoffs as early as Wednesday.
According to the P.G.&E. website, 32 customers in Santa Maria may have their power shutoff.
In total, more than 800,000 customers state wide could be effected by the safety shutoff.
Southern California Edison and PG&E said it has plans to shut down power during critical fire weather to reduce the risk of a fire.
Several power shut-offs have already been scheduled for Northern California as some regions experience extreme heat and high winds.
A Public Safety Power Shutoff could lead to multi-day power outages in some areas.
To help people prepare for a possible shutoff, the City of Santa Barbara is encouraging residents to livestream its meeting on Oct. 14.