1,900 customers wake up without power in Metro, Valley areas amid more heat

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- About 1,900 customers woke up without power Sunday morning in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power crews have been working around the clock to restore power to everyone in the Metro and Valley areas, and say outages have been sporadic.

As of 6:30 a.m., approximately 1,900 customers were impacted and it was unclear what time all power would be restored.

The outage comes after 1.5 million customers lost power this past week because of blackouts caused by high electricity demand.

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An intense heat wave and monsoonal moisture created wild weather in the Southland that caused power outages, brought down power lines and closed beaches.

Residents across Los Angeles used a record amount of power running their air conditioners.

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The LADWP said customers broke a record more than a century old on Thursday.

Edison officials said it reached record levels on Wednesday that hadn't happened since 2007.
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