A rainfall that passed through the Los Angeles area on Monday has left 23,000 customers without power, according to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

The most severely impacted areas by the outage were those in Hollywood, Green Meadows, San Pedro, and Venice.

First rain of the year, as determined by LADWP authorities, the showers on Monday increased the likelihood of a power outage.

All customers were advised by LADWP authorities to exercise caution when near downed or dangling electricity poles or wires. They issued a warning not to ever touch a downed line and to always presume it is still electrified.

The most frequent causes of power outages following a downpour, according to officials, are dried palm fronds, tree branches, and other debris that falls and contacts electricity lines.

According to the agency, crews are putting in nonstop effort until all power is restored.

The most impacted communities are listed below:

Venice: 7,900

Green Meadows: 2,500

San Pedro: 2,400

Ventura: 2,201+

Hollywood: 2,400

Malibu: 2,000+

East Hollywood: 2,000

Harvard Heights: 1,900

Palms: 1,700

Van Nuys: 1,300

Compton: 1,186+

Oxnard: 1,000+

Westchester: 1,000

Long Beach: 662+


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