LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — A storm rolled through Michigan Monday, knocking out power for hundreds of thousands of people in the state.

As of Tuesday morning, roughly 89,958 Consumers Energy customers were still without power.

The energy provider said they expect a majority of customers to be restored by Wednesday.

“Our crews worked incredibly hard last night and made significant progress, restoring service to about ¼ of all impacted customers,” said Greg Salisbury, one of Consumers Energy’s Officers in Charge for the storm event. “Our all-hands-on-deck effort will continue as we work to restore power for all 160,000 customers impacted by yesterday’s 70 mph winds and thunderstorms.”

Most of the outages started on the west side of the state as the storm moved to the east. It appears from the outage map that at least some of the outages on the west side have been fixed.

Meanwhile, a huge chunk of Consumers Energy customers in the Jackson area are still without power.

In addition, a high amount of DTE Electric customers don’t have power. Roughly 250,282 DTE customers still did not have power as of Tuesday morning.

The storm moved quickly across the state, carrying winds at least 65 mph and knocking out power along the way.

A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for most of mid-Michigan by 3:45 p.m. but has since passed.