High winds will continue to whip across metro Detroit Tuesday as Hurricane Sandy makes its way across Pennsylvania.
Temperatures in the mid-40s and winds up to 25 miles per hour will be felt in Macomb County as a wind advisory remains in effect. The National Weather Service said the advisory is expected to expire by 1 p.m. as the storm's strength diminishes.
The overnight wind gusts have left 3,000 people in Macomb County without power. Small pockets of power outages are being reported in New Baltimore between County Line Road and Washington Street. Even fewer outages were reported in Chesterfield, along M-59 and I-94.
Check out DTE's interactive power outage map.
Upload any photos of wind damage such as downed power lines or trees you may have seen in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore.
What Does this Mean For Halloween?
For Halloween, relatively blustery winds will remain as kids hit the streets to trick-or-treat. The temperatures will be in the 30s with winds up to 15 miles per hour. There is also a 40 percent chance of rain.