Those who got to see the Blackhawks rally to beat the Bruins and win the Stanley Cup last night won’t soon forget it, but unfortunately neither will those who didn’t get to see the big win, after a strong, fast-moving storm knocked out power.
It’s a slow go in metro Detroit Thursday morning after heavy rain overnight caused flooding on area freeways and knocked out power to several homes and businesses.
As Michigan observes Severe Weather Awareness Week, Consumers Energy is reminding customers of its new online outage map and what to do before, during and after summertime storms.
DTE Energy is investigating two power outages which affected about 6,000 homes and businesses in Southeast Michigan.
The lights are back on following a power outage that affected parts of the Ann Arbor area and the University of Michigan campus.
Highs Tuesday hover around 13 degrees, with the Accuweather RealFeel temp between 5-to-10 below.
DTE Energy officials say about 3,000 residents in metro Detroit are still without power Tuesday morning after high winds blew across the state this past weekend.
Making her way by candlelight and putting make-up on in the morning by flashlight, WWJ’s Beth Fisher starts her day in a powerless house in Novi.
DTE Energy crews were working into the evening to restore electricity to a couple thousand customers who lost power after a fire at a substation.
DTE report just about 5,000 customers remained without power late Thursday morning.