DETROIT (WXYZ) — More than 24,000 DTE customers are without power Saturday evening after a snowstorm rolled through Southeast Michigan.
As of 10:30 a.m. Sunday, 7,567 DTE customers were without power, according to the company’s outage map.
DTE asks the public to stay 25 feet away from downed wires or any object close to or touching downed wires. In a statement released Saturday morning, DTE claims the majority of customers will have their power restored by the end of the weekend.
For customers who have lost power or see a downed power line, there are three ways to contact DTE – either by phone at 800-477-4747, on the web at dteenergy.com or you can access the DTE Energy Mobile App from your smartphone or tablet.