DETROIT – Power outages are possible in southeastern Michigan on Saturday as there is potential for severe storms in the region.
- As of 7:30 a.m. Saturday, approximately 38,000 DTE Energy customers were without power due to severe weather that hit Southeast Michigan late Friday.
The storm impacted a total of 55,000 customers, and DTE crews have restored power to 39,000 so far. The hardest hit areas are in Livingston, Washtenaw and Western Wayne counties with other areas throughout southeast Michigan experiencing moderate impact.
More than 700 DTE employees and contractor partners are working to quickly and safely assess damage and restore power to its customers.
Restoration updates will be added to the DTE outage map once they are available. The company plans to have the vast majority of customers restored by the end of today, with remaining customers restored tomorrow.
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