Power still out for hundreds in Ann Arbor area after high winds overnight
About 800 DTE Energy customers in Washtenaw County remained without power this morning after high winds snapped tree limbs and brought down power lines Wednesday night. About 19,000 were still without power in DTE's southeast Michigan service area.
DTE crews expect to have power restored to all those customers sometime today, said DTE spokesman Scott Simons.
The DTE power outage map showed scattered outages across the region.
At the peak of the outages overnight, about 6,000 customers were without power in Washtenaw County and about 65,000 system-wide, Simons said.
Winds died down overnight, but some blustery conditions will remain with winds gusting to 22 mph at times. Rain and snow showers are also possible today, but little or no snow accumulation is expected. A high temperature around 43 is expected.
Tonight, temperatures will dip to 29. Friday will be partly sunny, but blustery conditions will remain with a high of 43.