Thunderstorms exit SE Michigan, for now

Amelia Benavides-Colón
The Detroit News

Storms that crisscrossed the region Tuesday have subsided with a few storms possible before midnight, the National Weather Service said.

The strongest storms were expected to produce a heavy downpour and possibly a 40 mph wind gusts.

Storm threats earlier in the day spread from Ypsilanti to Grosse Pointe and Downriver, bringing hazardous weather statements or advisories until evening. 

DTE Energy reported 1,105 customers without power and Consumers Emergy said 900  people were affected by outages late Tuesday.

More storms could come Thursday. A cold front will slow down over the region "and become stationary" Friday and Saturday, with the potential for more rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Heavy rainfall and potential flooding are possible, the National Weather Service reported.

A line of showers and thunderstorms will track across southeast Michigan through Thursday evening.