1,300 DTE customers remain without power in Washtenaw County
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About 1,300 DTE Energy customers remained without power in Washtenaw County Sunday morning following high winds Saturday.
This was down from about 2,000 in the county that were without power as of 10 p.m. Saturday, spokesman John Austerberry said.
Austerberry said DTE has all available crews working to restore outages that affected about 3,000 Washtenaw County customers and about 52,000 in southeast Michigan at the height of the outage.
While at 10 p.m. Saturday DTE had outages down to about 21,000 total, more were reported today, slowing response times and bringing the total number of outages back up to 25,000.
"We do expect to get a vast majority restored today, but it is likely that there will be some work left to do tomorrow," Austerberry said.
Outages in Washtenaw County were scattered mainly to the north and west of Ann Arbor, according to the DTE Energy power outage map.
The National Weather Service issued a high wind advisory Saturday that was to remain in effect until 6 p.m. Winds up to 45 mph could occur, the NWS warned.
Forecasts today call for 10 to 15 mph winds, with highs around 54 to 58. Rain showers are expected until 2 p.m.
For updated conditions and forecasts any time, check AnnArbor.com's weather page.