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.
Crews are working to restore power to Michigan homes and businesses after winds gusting to 55 miles per hour left at least 202,000 without electrical service.
It feels like spring has sprung in Southeast Michigan.
A golfer has been struck and killed by a large tree downed by high winds on a southwest Michigan golf course.
The storms systems across parts of the West Wednesday dumped heavy snows in some mountainous regions and soaking rains in lower elevations, cutting power to thousands and causing numerous traffic tie-ups and accidents.
High winds blowing across southeast Michigan are to blame for at least 40,000 Metro Detroit power outages Wednesday — most of those blackouts in Oakland County.
Friday’s high winds brought down a rotted tree, killing a west side Detroit man.
Utility crews are hoping to restore power to thousands of homes and businesses who lost power as a result of high winds over the past 24 hours.
The company that owns the SS Badger says the car ferry won’t be sailing due to heavy winds and high waves on Lake Michigan.
About 3,000 DTE customers were without power Friday morning, following surprise storms that brought heavy rain and high winds to parts of Metro Detroit Thursday afternoon.