133K DTE outages reported after storms rolled through Metro Detroit

Powerful storms have rolled through Southeast Michigan Wednesday afternoon, leaving many in the dark.

According to the DTE about 133,948 customers are without power. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch had been in effect for Metro Detroit but was canceled. 

Northern suburbs were most impacted by the early round of storms. Some of the hardest-hit areas include West Bloomfield at Inkster Road between 14 Mile and Maple where between 1,500 and 2,500 are out, as well as Walled Lake around Welch Road.

The northern tip of Macomb County has been hammered by outages with Clinton, Mount Clemens and New Baltimore experiencing swaths of outages including more than 2,500 customers out in each of the three.  

On the west side of Detroit in the area just south of I-94 and Central, between 500 to 1,500 customers are out of power this afternoon.

A section of Livonia has felt the brunt of outages from Shiawassee and Nine Mile Road west to Farmington Road, affecting at least 4,000 customers.

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