Storm packs punch

Thanksgiving
meal comes with power outage on the side


JUMBLED MESS—Plant and tree debris litters the yard of Doug Knarr in Westlake Village Nov. 25. Courtesy photo

Thanksgiving Day allowed many families to reunite in person for the first time since the 2019 holiday when the pandemic had yet to be a thing. But for the approximately 65,000 Southern California Edison customers who had to endure at least part of the holiday without electricity due to the biggest windstorm of the year, the day turned into a bit of turkey.

With wind, heat, and humi...

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