High winds have knocked out power for roughly 22,000 homes and businesses in metro Detroit, and officials expect that number to grow.
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.
Several flights from Detroit Metropolitan Airport to the eastern U.S. coast have been canceled or delayed due to what some are calling the biggest snow storm to ever hit the New England states.
The fury of Hurricane Sandy barely laid a glove on sports around the country.
The winds of Isaac are being felt at GM’s Renaissance Center headquarters.
The city of Detroit saw its share of storm damage, as the latest round of storms hitting metro Detroit leaves thousands without power.
An overnight storm knocked down a live power line on top of 8 Hyundais, and burned them to a crisp.
WWJ-TV’s Jim Madaus said a weather system is coming through that will bring quite a bit of wind and one to two inches of snow to our area — and much more to the north and west.
DTE Energy sayid about 18,000 of its customers were without electricity Wedesday morming following winds and heavy rain.
Ferndale students are getting an extended summer vacation. The first day of school has been postponed because of lingering power outages and storm cleanup.