MD Nor’easter Cleanup: 29K Without Power, Wind Warning On Bridges

MD Nor’easter Cleanup: 29K Without Power, Wind Warning On Bridges

BALTIMORE, MD — Maryland residents continue to clean up downed tree limbs and power crews will work Monday to get more than 29,000 residents still without electricity back on the grid. The aftermath of Friday’s nor’easter left toppled trees, downed power lines and high wind warnings on the state’s major bridges. The state’s emergency management website said Monday morning that 62,464 Maryland utility customers remain without power, which had dropped to 29,809 still without power by 3 p.m. At its peak the outage affected about 489,000 customers on Friday

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