More than 2,000 DTE customers in the 48236 and 48230 zip codes are without power this afternoon after .
More than 1,000 of those in the Pointes straddle the neighborhoods on the - border. According to the DTE outage map, power was lost a few minutes before noon Thursday. The estimated restoration, which is the latest time repairs could happen to restore the power, is Sunday morning between 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
The area in Grosse Pointe Farms from Mack to Lake Shore between Moross and Kerby remains out, which is 562 customers. The estimated restoration for this area is Saturday morning between 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., according to the outage map.
In addition, there are smaller pockets of outages throughout the Pointes.
The intersection of Mack Avenue and Rivard Boulevard is without a traffic signal. The public safety department has placed stop signs at each of the intersections reminding motorists to make a stop before proceeding. Many of the businesses near there are without power and closed as a result.
"It looks like we won't be back to normal until late Saturday night," DTE spokeswoman Eileen Dixon said Thursday afternoon. "But, that's based on the premise we're not going to get any more bad weather."
In southeast Michigan, 210,000 customers were without power Thursday afternoon—an increase from 190,000 this morning due to storms that moved through the area, Dixon said.
"All of our crews are working 16-hour shifts and they're working around the clock," Dixon said.
"We've got more than 1,000 power lines down," in southeast Michigan, she said. "It's a big job ahead of us."