A new study says several parts of Maryland are in particular danger for an increase in high-tide flooding. This comes after the Union of Concerned Scientists press conference Wednesday morning, showing flooding that rarely occurs now will soon change.
Hurricane Sandy is gone, but the damage from the storm is clearly still visible.
In Baltimore County’s low-lying areas like Watersedge and Millers Island, flooding is a major concern.
The floodwaters in some areas may have receded, but some parts of the state are still on high alert. Now, towns are turning their attention to the dangers of weak bridges and roadways.
Baltimore County did not escape the ferocious flooding, where the cleanup is just beginning.