BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There were reports of high water in parts of Maryland after a strong storm rolled through the region on Halloween night.
Some roads remain flooded Friday morning as commuters headed to work.READ MORE: Anne Arundel County Executive Says He's Willing To Comprise As State Highway Officials Continue To Push For Third Span On Bay Bridge
Some of the damage caused by last night’s storm. A tree and light post knocked over in Canton. pic.twitter.com/5HuN39ChQY
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In Baltimore, Greenspring Ave and the 41st Street Bridge were flooded, while Purnell Avenue was closed for some time in Baltimore County until the water there receded.READ MORE: Researchers From University Of Maryland's School Of Public Health Find COVID-19 Variants Are More Becoming Airborne
Two cars got stuck in high water — one on Bellona Avenue in Towson and one on Windell Avenue.
In Howard County, the Roger Carter Community Center in Ellicott City was forced to close due to flooding. It has not yet reopened.
In Montgomery County, a car was also stranded in high water along Gain Preserve Road near Interstate 270.
Crews from around the region helped the motorists stuck and everyone got out safely.MORE NEWS: Montgomery County Announces Fourth Annual Active Aging Week
At the height of the outages, BG&E said 31,000 customers were without power.