On Wednesday, severe thunderstorms hit southern Michigan, uprooting trees, snapping branches, and bringing down power lines.
As a result, more than 140,000 customers lost power, according to utilities and other sources. As of 5:40 p.m., approximately 108,000 DTE Energy customers were without power, while more than 32,000 Consumer Energy customers were without service.
According to the National Weather Service, trees and tree branches have fallen in the southern Michigan cities of Ann Arbor, Detroit, and other places.
In the Detroit suburb of Romulus, the meteorological service recorded a wind gust of 67 miles per hour.