Despite searing temperatures in Wildomar expected to reach into the mid 90s with high humidity, Southern California Edison says it will go forward with a planned power outage Monday in The Farm community unless thunderstorms strike. The outage is expected to impact 207 customers from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. "It may be shorter, but it may go longer," explained SCE spokesman Paul Netter. The planned outage is necessary to replace an underground switch, Netter continued. "It's routine maintenance to keep the system going," he explained. Netter said the oil switch is being replaced by a gas one. He was unsure whether the scheduled work is due to a compliance issue mandated by state officials. Residents have allegedly been notified of the planned outage. The Farm community situated in the northeast corner of the city is home to many retired residents living on fixed incomes. In response, Netter said "there is never a good day" for outages and SCE fields this type of concern on a regular basis. According to the National Weather Service, there is a chance of thunderstorms Monday due to Tropical Storm Ivo. Netter said if that weather does hit the area, the work will be rescheduled. Follow the planned outage by clicking here. You will need to have your Planned Outage Number available.