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Tracking power outages in SE Michigan -- July 21, 2020

About 22,000 DTE customers remain without power

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DETROIT – DTE Energy says scattered thunderstorms and high winds Sunday have caused power outages throughout southeast Michigan.

DTE said the storm impacted a total of 150,000 customers. You can check the DTE outage map here.

  • As of 3:53 p.m. Tuesday, about 21,000 DTE Energy customers were without power.
  • As of 9:49 a.m. Tuesday, about 24,000 DTE Energy customers were without power.
  • As of 6 a.m. Tuesday, about 28,000 DTE Energy customers were without power.
  • As of 9:12 p.m. Monday, about 40,035 DTE Energy customers were without power.
  • As of 5:57 p.m. Monday, about 59,956 DTE Energy customers were without power.
  • As of 10:30 a.m. Monday, about 90,000 DTE Energy customers were without power.

Wayne, Oakland and St. Clair counties are currently experiencing the most power outages.

More than 330 DTE crews comprised of employees and contractor partners are working to quickly to restore power to its customers.

“Restoration estimates have been updated on the DTE outage map, but may change as crews assess and encounter damage in each area. Our teams are working to restore as many customers as possible today, with the majority of customers expected to be restored by end of day Tuesday,” reads a statement from DTE on Monday morning.

Report an outage to DTE here. Report an outage to Consumers Energy here.


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