SDG&E is monitoring the wind speeds across the county and plan to proactively turn off power if they deem necessary due to safety.
As of 11:30 a.m. Saturday, about 5,800 county residents had power shut off for safety reasons - about 4,400 in the fire zone and 1,400 due to proactive shut off outside of fire.
SDG&E spokesperson Colleen Windsor told 10News crews would be working Saturday to restore power to those they can throughout the day. However, there are still customers within the fire zone they may not have power restored immediately.
To help during these events, the company is offering free water, Wi-Fi, and cell phone charging at SDG&E's mobile center at the Park & Ride lot on Japatul Valley Road in Descanso, just north of the intersection of State Route 79 and Interstate 8.
The power company has a wind mapping tool to measure which areas are experiencing the strongest gusts. The information will be used to determine when power needs to be shut off for public safety.
Saturday, Cal Fire said firefighters were able to increase containment lines but warned weekend winds were a concern.
"This morning, weather will be favorable. However, this afternoon shifting winds are predicted which will create active fire throughout the day," Cal Fire said.