DETROIT — Service has been restored to more than 103,700 DTE Energy customers in southeastern Michigan who lost power during the most recent snow storm.
The Detroit-based utility says the remaining 1,300 customers should have their electricity back on by late Sunday night.
The remaining outages are scattered throughout Washtenaw, Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.
Rain and heavy, wet snow fell Thursday and wrapped up early Friday, leaving behind icy conditions. Numerous crashes were reported on Detroit-area roadways.
Schools were shut for the day Friday in the Detroit Public Schools Community District and some other districts due to the weather.
Some cities declared snow emergencies to prohibit parking on streets.