Reports are coming in with power outages all over Michigan after a severe thunderstorm touched down and wreaked havoc leaving over 6,600 people without power. 

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Consumers Energy is reporting power outages for several communities following severe storms.

 

Outages are impacting counties in Midland, Saginaw, Flint, Flushing, and Owosso.

 

As of 7:20 p.m. there are 6,665+ people who are affected and 220 outages are being reported.

Source:NBC25.com

 

It's not often that we get tornado's in Michigan but when we do, they flood out almost everything!  Clayton Township is one of the areas that was hit the hardest. No word yet on when people can expect to get power on in select areas. I just worry that we might not have enough workers to keep up with any weather-related damage.  Let's just hope that consumer's energy has a plan to keep workers happy and active for this year because I've got a feeling this 2021 winter is gonna be a rough one.

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