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Atmospheric River Update: 42K PG&E customers without power, resource centers opened

A deadly atmospheric river brought powerful winds, downed powerlines and trees, and blocked roads across the Central Coast.As of Monday evening, 42,000 PG&E customers were still without power across the Central Coast. Related | Tree falls, kills 1 inside Boulder Creek homePower outagesAccording to PG&E, more than 20,000 customers were without power in Santa Cruz County and over 22,600 were in the dark in Monterey County and just 19 customers were without power in San Benito County. To get the latest information on the power outages, follow on the PG&E Outage Center. Recourse Centers They will be open through Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Asilomar Conference Center Social Hall at 800 Asilomar Blvd., Pacific GroveMonterey Public Library at 625 Pacific Street, MontereyCounty of Monterey Seaside Library at 550 Harcourt Avenue, SeasideSchool closuresDue to power outages and storm damage, several schools were closed on the Central Coast, Monday morning. Pacific Grove Unified: Forest Grove Elementary SchoolPacific Grove High SchoolCommunity High SchoolPacific Grove Adult SchoolSan Lorenzo Valley Unified School DistrictBoulder Creek Elementary SchoolRoads closedSanta Cruz County:Highway 9 from the Junction with State Route 236 to the junction with State Route 9/35. Down to one-way traffic near Ben Lomond from north of Felton to Ben Lomond. Highway 236 closed in both directions from the Junction with State Route 9 to the Junction with State Routes 9/35 Highway 35 near Bear Creek Rd.Bonny Doon Road: hard closure, tree downCherryvale Ave.: soft closure, debris slideCliff Drive: hard closure, tree downEast Zayante Road at Valley View Avenue in FeltonEl Rancho Drive: hard closureEl Rancho Drive: hard closureEmpire Grade at Smith Grade and Bonnywood Way Eureka Canyon Road (near Old Evans Road) in Corralitos Glenwood Drive: soft closure, tree downGranite Creek Road: hard closure, tree downHighland Way: hard closure, dangerous conditionsLa Madrona Drive: hard closure, tree downMcgregor Drive: hard closure, dangerous conditions,North Rodeo Gulch Road: hard closure, tree downNorth Rodeo Gulch Road: soft closure, tree downNorth Rodeo Gulch Road: hard closure, tree downPaulsen Road: hard closure, flooding, Pine Flat Road: soft closure, tree downSmith Grade: soft closure, tree downSoquel San Jose Road: hard closure, dangerous conditionsSpring Valley Road: single lane closed, tree downSwanton Road: single lane closed, utility poleTownsend Drive: hard closure, tree downTwo Bar Road: hard closure, tree downValencia Road: hard closure, dangerous conditionsVine Hill Road: hard closure, dangerous conditionsMonterey County: Highway 1 south of Jalama Road down to one-way reversing traffic. Arroyo Seco RoadIverson Road, Near Johnson RoadParaiso Spring Road, From Arroyo Seco Road and Foothill RoadRancho Fiesta Road at Miramonte Road Evacuations All evacuation warnings and orders have been lifted for Monterey County as of 10 a.m. Monday. Shelter in Place orders: Areas of Arroyo Seco West of Carmel Valley RoadVideo: 2 trees falling down on Padre Lane in Pebble Beach (Credit: John Kavayiotidis) To see the latest evacuation maps, click here: Monterey County: Evacuation mapsSanta Cruz County: Santa Cruz CountyRelated | KSBW 8 Atmospheric River Survival Guide

A deadly atmospheric river brought powerful winds, downed powerlines and trees, and blocked roads across the Central Coast.

As of Monday evening, 42,000 PG&E customers were still without power across the Central Coast.

Related | Tree falls, kills 1 inside Boulder Creek home

Power outages

According to PG&E, more than 20,000 customers were without power in Santa Cruz County and over 22,600 were in the dark in Monterey County and just 19 customers were without power in San Benito County.

To get the latest information on the power outages, follow on the PG&E Outage Center.

Recourse Centers

They will be open through Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Asilomar Conference Center Social Hall at 800 Asilomar Blvd., Pacific Grove
  • Monterey Public Library at 625 Pacific Street, Monterey
  • County of Monterey Seaside Library at 550 Harcourt Avenue, Seaside

School closures

Due to power outages and storm damage, several schools were closed on the Central Coast, Monday morning.

Pacific Grove Unified:

  • Forest Grove Elementary School
  • Pacific Grove High School
  • Community High School
  • Pacific Grove Adult School

San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District

  • Boulder Creek Elementary School

Roads closed

Santa Cruz County:

  • Highway 9 from the Junction with State Route 236 to the junction with State Route 9/35. Down to one-way traffic near Ben Lomond from north of Felton to Ben Lomond.
  • Highway 236 closed in both directions from the Junction with State Route 9 to the Junction with State Routes 9/35
  • Highway 35 near Bear Creek Rd.
  • Bonny Doon Road: hard closure, tree down
  • Cherryvale Ave.: soft closure, debris slide
  • Cliff Drive: hard closure, tree down
  • East Zayante Road at Valley View Avenue in Felton
  • El Rancho Drive: hard closure
  • El Rancho Drive: hard closure
  • Empire Grade at Smith Grade and Bonnywood Way
  • Eureka Canyon Road (near Old Evans Road) in Corralitos
  • Glenwood Drive: soft closure, tree down
  • Granite Creek Road: hard closure, tree down
  • Highland Way: hard closure, dangerous conditions
  • La Madrona Drive: hard closure, tree down
  • Mcgregor Drive: hard closure, dangerous conditions,
  • North Rodeo Gulch Road: hard closure, tree down
  • North Rodeo Gulch Road: soft closure, tree down
  • North Rodeo Gulch Road: hard closure, tree down
  • Paulsen Road: hard closure, flooding,
  • Pine Flat Road: soft closure, tree down
  • Smith Grade: soft closure, tree down
  • Soquel San Jose Road: hard closure, dangerous conditions
  • Spring Valley Road: single lane closed, tree down
  • Swanton Road: single lane closed, utility pole
  • Townsend Drive: hard closure, tree down
  • Two Bar Road: hard closure, tree down
  • Valencia Road: hard closure, dangerous conditions
  • Vine Hill Road: hard closure, dangerous conditions

Monterey County:

  • Highway 1 south of Jalama Road down to one-way reversing traffic.
  • Arroyo Seco Road
  • Iverson Road, Near Johnson Road
  • Paraiso Spring Road, From Arroyo Seco Road and Foothill Road
  • Rancho Fiesta Road at Miramonte Road

Evacuations

All evacuation warnings and orders have been lifted for Monterey County as of 10 a.m. Monday.

Shelter in Place orders:

  • Areas of Arroyo Seco West of Carmel Valley Road

Video: 2 trees falling down on Padre Lane in Pebble Beach (Credit: John Kavayiotidis)

To see the latest evacuation maps, click here:

Related | KSBW 8 Atmospheric River Survival Guide

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