DETROIT (WWJ) – About 35,000 DTE Energy customers lost power on Tuesday due to the heavy rain.

A DTE spokesman said the outages were spread throughout their service territory — in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Monroe counties. Crews are out working to restore the power, but there were no exact estimates on when everyone will have their lights back on.

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According to the National Weather Service, more than 42 inches of precipitation has fallen in Detroit through the start of this week — making it the wettest year since 1990.

A Flood Watch remains in effect for Southeast Michigan through Tuesday evening.  A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, with 1-3 inches of snow expected in Metro Detroit. (More details, here).

Early Tuesday afternoon the highest rainfall totals reported in Morenci, with nearly two-and-a-half inches since Monday night.  Almost two inches were reported in Grosse Pointe and Blissfield. About an inch-and-a-half was reported in Eastpointe, Dundee and Farmington.   More than an inch was reported in West Bloomfield and Ann Arbor.

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