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    No reports yet, but more rain on way

    So far, there are no reports of flooding, the National Weather Service said.

    But meteorologists quickly added Wednesday morning that there’s still another day to go, with a flood watch for metro Detroit in effect until Thursday and rainfall in some places — such as Bloomfield Hills and near Armada —  already reaching about 3½ inches.

    Rainfall forced led Motor Bella, an automotive show organized by the Detroit Auto Dealers Association at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac, to cancel its Wednesday activities because of water from the rain a day earlier damaged exhibit areas.

    “We’ve been monitoring social media and haven’t had any calls come in of any major impacts,” Trent Frey, with the weather service in White Lake, said. “We are in the process of compiling our rainfall this morning, and it looks like we’ve gotten between 1 to almost 4 inches with a lot of that falling last evening.”

    The rain also has the weather service watching for rising river waters, and nearly 12,000 DTE customers were without power from downed power lines.

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