UPDATE - 2:57A.M. - Many are still in the dark after storms came through most of Michigan. According to Consumers energy says it may take a couple days to restore power.
As of 2:57A.M., areas most affected by electric interruptions were:
Allegan (7,948); Arenac (1,604), Barry (6,737); Branch (2,511), Calhoun (9,293); Clare (11,177); Clinton (3,258), Eaton (7,363), Emmet (1,300), Genesee (13,381), Hillsdale (2,325) Ingham (7,342), Ionia (3,564), Isabella (1,452), Kalamazoo (16,291), Kent (26,922), Lenawee (4,449), Livingston (2,220), Midland (11,133), Monroe (2,515), Montcalm (1,684), Muskegon (2,840), Oakland, (1,013), Ottawa (5,972), Saginaw (3,419), Shiawassee (8,813), St. Joseph (2,406), VanBuren (5,678) and Washtenaw (2,339).
UPDATE - 10:51P.M. - According to Consumers Energy as of 10:30p.m., across the state of Michigan, 190,800 customers are without service. Since noon Sunday, more than 200,000 customers have been affected by weather related outages.
As of 10:15 P.M., areas most affected by electric interruptions were:
Allegan (7,738); Arenac (1,599), Barry (10,050); Branch (2,416), Calhoun (10,286); Clare (10,888); Clinton (3,146), Eaton (7,475), Emmet (1,303), Genesee (11,758), Hillsdale (2,330) Ingham (8,085), Ionia (2,888), Isabella (1,264), Kalamazoo (15,313), Kent (13,644), Lenawee (4,139), Livingston (2,183), Midland (10,398), Monroe (3,791), Montcalm (1,429), Muskegon (3,857), Oakland, (1,000), Ottawa (7,744), Roscommon (1,624), Saginaw (6,741), Shiawassee (8,716), St. Joseph (2,107), VanBuren (3,387) and Washtenaw (1,871).
Most should have power restored by late Wednesday. Harder hit areas may not their service restored until Thursday.
UPDATE - 8:56P.M. - BWL is reporting 600 without power.
UPDATE - 7:34P.M. - Consumers Energy says 85,000 customers are without power statewide, which is down from 92,000 earlier this evening. Four thousand of those customers are in Eaton County.
The company is also warning people to stay at least 25 feet away from any downed wires and to report them immediately by calling 1-800-477-5050or their police department or sheriff's office.
LANSING - 6:23P.M. - Strong storms that blew through Michigan on Sunday left thousands of people in the dark.
Hardest hit in the 6 News viewing area seemed to be the area just east of Lansing, along the Ingham/Livingston county line.
According to DTE Energy's website, as many as 7,000 people are out of power in the areas around Dansville, Williamston, Webberville, and Fowlerville.
Thousands more are without power in various parts of the Consumers Energy coverage area. The worst hit areas include
An area north of DeWitt in Clinton County
A stretch of land from Perry to Durand in Shiawassee County
A stretch of land from Holt to Mason down U.S. 127
A large stretch of land from Eaton Rapids to Albion down Highway 99
The city of Lansing seemed to escape much of the damage, though. The Lansing Board of Water says fewer than 100 customers are in the dark.