Windy, rainy conditions doused power to homes and businesses around Sonoma County on Wednesday, including about 700 customers in Sebastopol who were out at one point, a PG&E spokeswoman said.

Outages also affected about 95 customers in Petaluma, 40 customers in Sonoma and 22 customers in Valley Ford, spokeswoman Brittany McKannay said.

"We have a number of crews who have been on standby and on call to address these, because we had anticipated that we would be having weather-related outages today, so we have all of our crews on deck," McKannay said.

Most of the problems occurred after 8 a.m., though some Sebastopol residents lost power as early as about 5 a.m.

Power had been restored to all but 130 Sebastopol customers by 9:15 a.m., McKannay said.

Resources to help prevent drowning

-- Drowning Prevention Foundation, Nadina Riggsbee, 747-0191, or nriggsbee@comcast.net.

-- Infant Swimming Resource, offers “self-rescue” skills to infants and toddlers. Contact Gaylynne Sword, 332-0335, or g.sword@infantswim.com.