DETROIT – More than 30,000 DTE Energy customers were without power Wednesday morning after a small band of storms rolled through overnight.
As of 12:02 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 25, DTE Energy reports that 26,837 customers were without power. The outages are widespread across Metro Detroit, with some of the largest clusters in Algonac and surrounding Union Lake.
Officials say more than 1,200 crews were in the field working to restore power at that time.
A heat advisory has been issued for several southeastern Michigan counties on Wednesday afternoon, as heat indices are expected to near -- or exceed -- 100 degrees. Click here to see the latest forecast for Metro Detroit.