The city of Detroit and southeast Michigan was once again on the receiving end of a powerful summer storm- that flooded an interstate and knocked down trees throughout the region.

Heavy rainfall, thunder, lightning and high winds were all part of the storm that roared through the city.

Flooding occurred at I-94 and I-75 and at a variety of other locations around Southeast Michigan.

The NWS reported wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour, and said it expects some damage to roofs and sidings.

At this hour more than 100,000 are in the dark and do not know when power will be back on.

Listen, the next time somebody demands free water for any reason you may want to show them some pictures from the past few weeks. Just sayin.