Leftover storm issues closed two west county schools Monday morning and 27 roads while PG&E crews still were attempting to restore power to about 150 customers.

Harmony Elementary School and Salmon Creek School will be closed due to a continued power outage, said school officials early Monday.

The Harmony Union School District campuses are on Bohemian Highway in Occidental, where about 50 customers still were without power, according to the PG&E outage website.

The largest cluster of customers still in the dark were in the Monte Rio area. Three outages affecting 83 customers still needed fixing, according to the website.

The customers, both homes, businesses and the schools, lost power at 9:45 a.m. Sunday.

Elsewhere a handful of customers were out in south Santa Rosa and Larkfield.

At the height of the storm's reach, about 20,000 customers in Sonoma County were out, making the county the hardest hit in the North Bay.

Road closures throughout Sonoma County remained due to standing water, fallen trees and mainly due to broken power lines, according to the Sonoma County road closure website.

Closures Monday included Alexander Valley Road in Healdsburg, closed 500 feet in from Highway 128 due to flooding.

Geysers Road in Cloverdale was down to one lane due to a landslide.

Hall Road at Irwin Lane west of Santa Rosa was closed due to a fallen tree into power lines.

Nearby, Piezzi Road was closed due to a fallen tree.

The Rohnert Park Expressway at Stony Point Road remained closed due to standing water.

Wohler Road at River Road in Forestville also remained closed due to standing water.