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.

A DTE spokesman told WWJ that as of 4 a.m. Friday, most of the outages were in the Flat Rock, Rockwood, and Gibraltar areas in southern Wayne County, and Carleton in Monroe County.  Crews were expected to complete repairs Friday.

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National Weather Service storm reports indicate trees and power lines were down in Gibraltar, Rockwood and Grosse Ile.  In Gibraltar, winds blew down a garage, but there were no injuries.

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A 53-mile-per-hour wind gust was reported in Wyandotte. A 44 mph wind gust was reported on Grosse Ile.

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