HOT SHOTS: What Hurricane Sandy Left Behind
The scene in South County isn’t nearly as bad as many had anticipated waking up to on Tuesday morning. There are a few trees and branches down, but not nearly the level of destruction that the July Derecho caused.
In all, over 50,000 BGE customers in Anne Arundel remain out of power on Tuesday. Crews have already restored nearly 25,000. Most of the damage seems centered more around Baltimore than further south. In fact, big areas of South County seem to be untouched by power outages including areas in Davidsonville, Harwood and Lothian.
We went out this morning to check in on a few areas. We took pictures along the way. More to the story after the photos.
Panera is closed, as is the car wash.
The neighborhood of Glen Isle off Loch Haven Road and Withernsea, off MD-214, both have large trees down across the roadway into the community.
Route 2 is clear, although there is plenty of debris, leaves, branches and acorns in the shoulder.
Southern High School had power, as well as many houses along the Route 2 corridor.
Cows, horses and sheep were back out grazing in their pastures.
Muddy Creek Road is smooth traveling.
Stay safe and tell us your storm stories in the comments!