Recovery is moving slowly forward in Harford County with 50 roads closed and 30,000 without power as of Tuesday evening.
About have had power restored.
"The county is now in the recovery phase from the storm and our highways crews, along with our power companies are working hard to clear the roadways and restore power," Emergency Manager Rick Ayers said in a statement Tuesday.
Harford County government offices and public schools have announced they will remain closed Wednesday.
Drop-off sites for vegetative debris will be available starting Wednesday in Harford County.
The storm has caused two deaths in Maryland.