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DTE crews have restored power to the majority of homes and businesses that lost service during a weekend storm, even as new severe weather was bearing down on Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
About 41,000 homes and businesses remain without power Tuesday morning — down from a high of 375,000 outages.
With climate change a political minefield across the nation, some community leaders have hit upon a way of preparing for the potentially severe local consequences without triggering explosions of partisan warfare…
DTE says full restoration probably will take until Tuesday or Wednesday.
Friday’s storm packed quite a punch, with wind gusts of more than 75 miles an hour and nickel-size hail.
Livonia and Redford Township residents who lost power during Friday’s severe storm can even spend the night if they’re without power.
Things are going to be hot and humid before the storm hits. Damaging wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour are expected.
The National Weather Service has now confirmed two more tornado touchdowns in northern Michigan — bringing the Labor Day total to four.
The Michigan Community Service Commission is seeking volunteers to help the elderly and disabled with flood clean up.