Power still out (since yesterday) at Stadium post office.
Don Juan restaurant full of patrons wearing coats. Shopping center mostly closed early evening because of brownout.
State Street closed in both directions due to single-car accident. Expect delays. Power out in neighborhood.
Power outage after a loud “bang” – perhaps a transformer?
Huron Parkway backed up south of river due to traffic lights out at Geddes & Huron River Drive.
Firetruck responding after power outage during snowstorm. [photo]
A power outage at 9:50 a.m., leaving several thousand Ann Arbor residents without power, resulted from an open relay in a substation, according to DTE media relations. It’s analogous to a circuit breaker tripping in a household. Once it was reset, power was restored – a bit after 11 a.m, according to DTE. DTE is following up to determine the cause of the open relay.
Large limb resting on wires. Cause of Lower Waterhill power outage? [photo]
Power outage in Lower Waterhill due to high winds overnight. 17 F, 26 m.p.h. winds. Brrr!
Latest information from DTE (7:05 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 29) is that the numbers of households without power in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and Ypsilanti Township are 23, 1, and 15, respectively. Update: The earlier (lower) numbers provided by DTE proved to be erroneous. As of Monday, Dec. 29, 9:08 a.m. around 3000 Ann Arborites and 400 Ypsilantians are still without power. [Source]
As of 8:45 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 28, DTE media relations said that around 3,000 households in the city of Ann Arbor were out of power, due to damage from high winds. Based on the PDF map file that is updated every 30 minutes, the majority of households out of power are located east of Main Street generally in the 48104 zipcode.
In the whole DTE region, the utility said around 700 workers are on the job restoring power and that by tomorrow an additional 300 workers from Indiana would arrive, putting over 1,000 people on task. DTE indicated that there would be no incompatibilities of equipment that would cause crews from Indiana to experience delays in deployment. …