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Strong storms, strong winds are leaving more than 390,000 in Michigan without power

Strict line of thunderstorms affected parts of southeast and west Michigan with up up to a wind speed of 74 miles per hour, leaving more more than 390,000 clients without power Monday night and knock down tree branches and engineering wires.

DTE reported more more than 235,000 clients without power; Energy consumers reported more more than 156,000 customers were left without power on Monday evening after the hurricanes swept through.

The largest outages to Consumer affected areas, including those near Jackson, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Kalamazoo and Battle Creek. The DTE outages mainly affected the areas around Mount Clemens, the west coast and the north coast. of Lake St. Clair, Rochester Hills, Lake Orion, Wixon, Howell and Pinckney.

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Branches fall on the road on Wall Lake Drive, just west of Pontiac Trail in Fortress Lake on Monday.

Wind reached 70 m/s in Detroit 58 mph in White Lake and Romulus, 60 mph in Canton Township and 63 mph in Mount Clemens. Lapeer County reported that 74 mph winds tore down a 130-foot-tall pine tree.

Large trees and branches were reported to have fallen on Wardlaw Road. in Milford and Richmond, Fenton, Rochester, Howell and Taylor, 6″ to 12″. in diameter. Fallen branches and wires also were recorded near Wall Lake Drive and Pontiac Trail. in Fortress lake and along the Heidenreich road to the south of 21 miles in The village of Macomb.

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Tyler Hromadka
Tyler Hromadka
Tyler is working as the Author at World Weekly News. He has a love for writing and have been writing for a few years now as a free-lancer.

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