Thousands without power after storms, high wind gusts hit West Michigan

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WEST MICHIGAN -- More than 27,000 Consumers Energy customers across West Michigan lost power Sunday afternoon and evening after high wind gusts and severe storms moved through the area.  Across all portions of northern and western Michigan, more than 90,000 were without power.

As of Monday morning,  about 17,171 customers were still without power.   For the latest outage information, check the Consumers Energy outage map.

Monday morning outage numbers by county:

  • Kent County: 8,923
  • Muskegon County: 4,813
  • Newaygo County: 398
  • Ionia County: 132
  • Ottawa County: 973
  • Allegan County: 93
  • Montcalm County: 1,356
  • Kalamazoo County: 289
  • Barry County: 194

Wind gusts between 40-60 mph were reported in the area Sunday afternoon and evening.

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1 Comment

  • Michael

    Don’t let no power mean no water. The Emergency Well Tube allows water to be drawn from a well without electricity and without having to pull the well pump.

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