DTE power outage map shows affected areas in Michigan after severe storms

More than 235,000 DTE customers in Michigan are left without power after severe storms in many Detroit neighborhoods. The DTE power outage map shows the locations that have been affected.

On Monday, August 29, the National Weather Service issued thunderstorm warnings for southeast Michigan with 60 mph wind speed as the main danger.

The warning was issued for multiple DTE service areas.

DTE power outage maps show affected areas in Michigan

The DTE map shows the areas and number of residents affected by the current power outage. The map is updated in real time.

The map shows that Lansing, parts of Waterford and areas near Ann Arbor, Sterling Heights and Novi are among the hardest hit, with more than 2,500 customers facing power outages.

The outage remains severe in locations near Farmington Hills, other areas of Novi, Taylor and many locations north and west of Waterford, with 1,500 to 2,500 DTE customers facing the outage.

The majority of Ann Arbor and areas southeast of Lansing like Losco and Marion Township have between 500 and 1,500 residents facing the outage.

While DTE’s restoration work is underway, many sites now have between 100 and 500 people facing the outage, with a few like Bloomfield Hills, Wood Creek Farms and Orchard Lake Village having fewer than 99.

At the time of writing, the map reveals that 243,561 customers are without power.

Residents of southeast Michigan can go to the official DTE website to view the power outage map.

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How to Report Threads to DTE and Check Your Status

Taking to its Twitter account, DTE informed its customers that they need to report wires AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. The storm interrupted the power supply, knocking out numerous high voltage wires.

To report cut wires and power outages in general, go to outage.dteenergy.com and click “Report Power Line Down”. Enter your address and contact details to continue and provide more information.

You can also click on the “Report an outage” or “Check status” options.

Customers also have the option to send direct messages to Twitter to report downed threads.

In another tweetDTE urged people to stay at least 20 feet from downed power lines.

Customers can check for DTE restore updates

Although the electrical service company has yet to update its website with details on the restore time, customers can check for further updates on their website.

Some customers reported that their website was experiencing technical difficulties while trying to display the map.

Those who cannot see the website can head to DTE Twitter for all the latest information.

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