It’s going to be another busy weekend for DTE Energy crews. About 30,000 metro area customers are without power Sunday morning, following two waves of severe weather.
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory in effect for all of Southeast Michigan beginning at noon Tuesday through midnight Wednesday.
About 10,000 DTE Energy customers are without service Wednesday morning following heavy storms that rolled through the area overnight.
A severe storm system made its way across the state Thursday, bringing heavy downpours that left Southeast Michigan streets under water.
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 utility crews wrap up their work restoring power after yesterday’s storms, the threat of more severe weather looms.
The storms Wednesday left thousands of electricity customers without power in the Detroit area as crews worked through the night to restore service.
The National Weather Service is warning residents in southeast Michigan that hail and winds up to 50 mph could accompany thunderstorms expected to move across the state Tuesday.
A Lincoln Park woman got a first-hand look at that Oklahoma tornado and the damage it left behind.
During the next few days, Red Cross workers on the ground in the disaster areas will be assessing the damage, deciding where and what kind of additional support is necessary, and determining the needs of the affected communities.