THE ASSOCIATED PRESS – TRAVERSE CITY — Consumers Energy says all but 2,600 of its customers had power restored after a late winter snow and windstorm hit Michigan, knocking out electrical service to at least 313,000 homes and businesses statewide and causing a fatal crash near Kalamazoo. The CMS Energy Corp. subsidiary says 183,000 customers lost power in the storms that pushed in late Friday. It says all but 2,600 had their power back by 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. CMS says the northwestern Lower Peninsula was hard hit, and outages led Traverse City public schools to cancel Monday’s classes. DTE Energy Co. says almost all its 120,000 affected customers are on line. The Evening News of Sault Ste. Marie says almost all the 10,000 affected Cloverland Electric Cooperative customers in the eastern Upper Peninsula have power again.