TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Forty-two Baltimore County public schools are without power and will be closed on Monday.

Education officials say many schools, administrative offices, grounds, and paved parking and walking areas were affected by fallen trees and other debris.

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Staffs at closed school buildings will get instructions from their principals about where to report for work on Monday.

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The list of closed schools can be found at

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