Many homeowners in Prince George's County are still without electricity late Monday, but the work to restore power to one of the hardest hit counties in Maryland is having an impact.
The District is closing at least two bridges in Rock Creek Park because it fears flooding from Hurricane Irene could cause structural damage.
All of the homeless shelters in the District are now open around the clock, and arrangements have been made to house anyone whose home has been damaged by Hurricane Irene.
Overnight reports are speculating that Hurricane Irene's impact was less severe than originally predicted, but the region will soon see just how much the powerful storm left behind.
Ocean City officials are scrambling to do a damage assessment of Hurricane Irene's impact.
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