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No power? You’re not the only one!

In southeast Michigan, at least 250,000 customers, including residents in the Detroit area, started their day without power, according to a Monday morning update from DTE Energy. By noon, that number had dropped to 230,000 customers, DTE said in a later statement:

“As of 11:45 a.m., approximately 230,000 customers remain without power. Our continued goal is to restore power to 80% of the 600,000 total customers impacted by this weekend’s severe weather by end of day Monday. We expect to have 90% of all customers restored by end of day Tuesday, and the remainder by end of day Wednesday.”

You can get updates on the power situation here.

Click here for more on the storms from over the weekend.

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