FOX 2 - A line of severe thunderstorms are rolling through southeastern Michigan tonight powered by heat and humidity.
Through the next several hours a storm system over Lansing and Flint right now is coming our way. A small storm cluster passed through around 8 p.m. with a larger line of cells coming later tonight.
A Flash Flood Warning is in effect for Wayne County until 1 a.m. Wednesday. A Flash Flood Advisory has been issued for Macomb and Oakland counties until 11:45 p.m.
At least 60,000 DTE Energy customers are without service as of 11 p.m. with the most affected areas at the Detroit-Dearborn border between Tireman and M-153, the Wixom and Milford area, Clinton north of 16 Mile Road and Fair Haven, according to the DTE Outage Map.
The National Weather Service says the large storm system is moving at about 40 miles per hour with 60-mile per-hour wind gusts.
Derek Kevra says the threat of severe storms will stick around overnight into Wednesday morning, We may get a few breaks in Metro Detroit, but the spotty storms will be off and on.
Overnight will be a high of 72 with humidity, while Wednesday's high will be 92 with a heat index at about 100 degrees with extreme heat.
Storm chances will be happening through Sunday - with highs of 89 Thursday and Friday of 86.
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