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    Storms push through SE Michigan, bringing downpours, power outages

    Strong storms are pushing across southeast Michigan, bringing high winds, downpours and more power outages amid a hot, stormy pattern expected to last several days, the National Weather Service said.

    A flash flood warning was issued in Wayne County for Trenton, Woodhaven and Gibraltar until 1 a.m. Wednesday, the weather service said.

    A flood warning until early Thursday was in effect for the Huron River near Hamburg in Livingston County. The river was around 6.8 feet at 9:15 p.m. Tuesday; flood stage is 6.5 feet, according to the weather service.

    The storms are also bringing another round of outages. Consumers Energy reported more than 67,593customers without power Tuesday night. There were large clusters near Mount Pleasant, Midland and Saginaw; and Oakfield Township, Belding, Cedar Springs and Sheridan to the west. .

    DTE Energy reported more than 61,643 outages, with many near U.S.-23 near Whittaker, Wixom, Union Lake, White Lake Township, Oxford, Waterford Township, Sterling Heights, Southgate, Wayne, Westland, Livonia and Dearborn.

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