(WXYZ) - Monday's high winds knocked out power in isolated spots throughout the metro Detroit area.
According to the DTE Energy online power outage map , the majority of the outages are scattered across Oakland, Wayne and Macomb Counties.
As of 4:00 a.m. Tuesday, 31,000 DTE customers remain without service. DTE crews report they have restored service to about 75,000 since the high winds began Monday afternoon.
A spokesperson says they hope to have most people turned back on by late Tuesday tonight.
If you see a downed power line, do not touch it. Assume that it is live and contact DTE immediately.
Stay with WXYZ.com and 7 Action News for updates.
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