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.
The severe storms that rolled across the Metro Detroit area have downed trees and power lines.
Winds gusting to 74 miles per hour have knocked out power to at least 119,000 Michigan homes and businesses as the fringes of superstorm Sandy move through the state.
High winds this evening are causing power outages and traffic signal problems across the Detroit metro area.
Mother Nature wreaked havoc on southeastern Michigan Saturday evening causing delays in football games and knocking out power to at least 120,000 homes and businesses.
At least 25,000 homes and businesses lost power Friday, as high winds are blew through southeast Michigan. The City of Detroit said it’s making all necessary preparations to address any emergencies.
There are some power outages throughout southeastern Michigan Thursday morning due to the storms that passed through the area overnight.
High winds and heavy rain hit parts of Metro Detroit Sunday afternoon.
[photogallerylink id=12546 align=left] DTE Energy crews were hard at work Friday to restore power to tens of thousands of people affected by Thursday’s night’s thunderstorms. DTE says it has all available crews working to restore power and […]
A few thousand homes and business were without power Monday morning following heavy thunderstorms that moved across southeastern Michigan. But power was restored in downtown Detroit.