PG&E crews prepare for Friday’s major storm

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – As the first major storm of the season approaches, PG&E crews are preparing for the rain around the Bay Area.

PG&E crews are focusing on trees that could cause problems during Friday’s storm.

KRON4’s Will Tran spent the morning with PG&E crews in Mill Valley, a place that’s often hit by flooding, mudslides, and downed trees during the rainy season.

Crews are working to remove debris, especially around any power lines, before the storm hits.

WEATHER: San Francisco Bay Area Forecast

Crews are also reminding residents to make sure their own homes are prepared for Friday’s storm.

The heaviest rain will hit Friday morning. Strong winds are also expected.

A Coastal Flood Advisory and High Surf Advisory has been issued for Friday from 3 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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