GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Updated numbers from Consumers Energy show that about 7,200 of the company's customers statewide still lacked power Sunday after thunderstorms moved through the state Thursday.
Montcalm County was originally the center of power problems in West Michigan and all customers there had been restored. Clinton County also had 548 customers still without electricity while Gratiot County had 47 and Eaton County had 34 customers still without electrical service Sunday.
A total of more than 172,500 Consumers Energy customers originally lost electricity after Thursday's storms.
Great Lakes Energy, with customers throughout West Michigan, had no customers without electrical service.