It’s going to be a wet and windy Tuesday, with thunderstorms and heavy rain expected across southeast Michigan.
If you woke up Saturday morning thinking “It’s so cold in the D” — forecasters say you’ll pretty much have that thought all weekend long.
Storm chaser Scott Nicholson remembers the day he first fell in love with extreme weather.
A team from the national weather service has confirmed that a pre-dawn tornado was responsible for damage in one Oakland County neighborhood.
A DTE spokesperson said that Belleville saw the most significant outages with an estimated 3,500 weather related power outages.
“We lost ground because of the heavy rain,” said a DTE spokesperson.
A Flood Advisory will remain in effect for all of Southeast Michigan until 8 p.m.
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.
DTE says full restoration probably will take until Tuesday or Wednesday.