More than 29,500 Consumers Energy customers across the state are without power due to freezing rain and high winds from a spring storm that swept across the Midwest.
Spokesman Roger Morgenstern says most of the outages are in six- to seven-county area of Michigan's northeast Lower Peninsula, including Tawas.
Most of those affected are expected to have power returned by 6 p.m. Saturday.
More than 59,000 homes and businesses across the state have been affected by weather-related outages since Thursday morning.
In the northern Lower Peninsula, as much as three-quarters of an inch of ice was reported in places. Up to 9 inches of snow was reported in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
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Jackson-based Consumers Energy provides natural gas and electricity to 6.8 million people in the state's Lower Peninsula.
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