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Wed February 2, 2011
Storm leaves 'relatively few' without power
While the snow has been heavy across the state over the past 12 hours, the freezing rain that was forecasted missed much of the state.
That’s good news for DTE Energy and Consumer’s Energy, who are reporting relatively few power outages, according to the Associated Press.
Consumer’s Energy reports roughly 3,700 customers without power, with most of the outages occurring in Gratiot County.
Meanwhile, DTE Energy is reporting only 1,000 residential outages, which the company says is in line with the average number of outages during a typical day.