DETROIT (AP) – Crews are working another day to restore power to thousands of utility customers following freezing rain, high winds and snow from a weekend storm.

Detroit-based DTE Energy says most of the 390,000 homes and businesses affected by the weather were back in service. DTE says about 30,000 customers were still without power Wednesday morning.

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About 1,600 workers from DTE and several other states are working on restorations.

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Consumers Energy had about 130,000 Michigan outages and restored power to most by Monday night.

The storm also caused flooding in some areas. The National Weather Service says a flood warning was effect on Wednesday for parts of Saginaw County and flood advisories were issued for some other areas of the Lower Peninsula.

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More rain and snow are forecast for Wednesday.