Hundreds of DTE crews are working to restore power after storms left Metro Detroit in the dark again.
Oakland County took the brunt of the heavy rain with upwards of 5 inches of rain falling in multiple places in the county. But the rain isn't done yet.
"I just went into the basement and I’m starting to see where water is seeping in and coming up," said Victoria Thomas. "I can’t even go down into the basement because of the mold."
Heavy rain is causing flooding in Detroit again.
The farther west you live, the less rain you'll see, but these expected totals are impressive and scary. Most of the Metro Detroit region will get between 2-4 inches with some spots locally seeing over 4 inches.
The Great Lakes Water Authority asked for help with a potential power-related issue at the Freud Pumping Station in Detroit. This issue could lead to flooding.
All of southeast Michigan is under a Flood Watch due to heavy rain in the forecast.
Thunderstorms are expected to drop as much as 4 inches of rain over the next few days, including up to 1 inch per hour. GWLA says its system has the capacity to handle the rain load.
Giant trees fell across the road at McDougall Street near Alexandrine and on Western Street. Crews were still cleaning up the wreckage Wednesday morning.
Tens of thousands of DTE customers had their power knocked out after another bout of severe weather rocked Metro Detroit Tuesday night.
When the Edenville dam collapsed, it forced 10,000 to evacuate and submerged Midland and several surrounding communities in several feet of water.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Nicholas has strengthened to a Category 1 hurricane ahead of its expected landfall in Texas.
At least 50,000 people were still without power across the state of Michigan by Wednesday afternoon.
Sen. Gary Peters is working to secure funding that can be used to improve Metro Detroit's infrastructure.
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Metro Detroit could experience flooding again Tuesday.
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