There are some power outages throughout southeastern Michigan Thursday morning due to the storms that passed through the area overnight.

A DTE Energy outage map shows the largest outage is in the Ten Mile and Middlebelt roads area in Farmington Hills. But there are other scattered outages showing.

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Crews are working to restore power.

The National Weather Service says there will be scattered thunderstorms moving across southeastern Michigan Thursday. The most severe storms could be south of I-94 where there is a possibility of large hail and wind gusts of 50 miles per hour.

Here’s the WWJ-AccuWeather forecast:

Thursday: Cloudy and breezy with periods of rain and a thunderstorm in the morning; perhaps another shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon. High 72.

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Thursday night: Some clearing with areas of fog late. Low 54.

Friday: Nice with sunshine and patchy clouds. High near 70.

Saturday: Times of clouds and sunshine; a shower possible in the afternoon. High 75.

Sunday: Partly sunny with a shower possible. High 72.

Monday: Mostly sunny and nice. High 69.

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