Instead of bringing you our regular "Weird News" feature, Maryland's Patch sites compiled a series of photos from before, during and after Sandy.
Check out the slideshow with this post for some of the images of the superstorm.
And then click through some of these links for the lead stories throughout the storm:
- Takoma Park managed to avoid mass power outages
- This is what it looked like the morning after Sandy in Germantown
- Rockville was a little soggy and slow post-Sandy
- Storm runoff left some powerful images in Montgomery County
- Some in Montgomery County
- Check out this map of Sandy damage in Prince George's County
- A tree split a home in North Laurel, causing ‘significant damage'
- It was tough to see where the bridge began and the water stopped in Sandy's Bowie aftermath
- Waters rose in Columbia following Sandy's pass through Howard County
- A tree fell on a home in Anne Arundel County, killing a man
- A Severna Park home's basement experienced structural damage
- BWI canceled flights during the storm
- Baltimore and Harford really dodged a bullet
- Residents in one waterfront community learned from Hurricane Isabel in 2003—and they acted accordingly
- Readers captured photos of flooding around an iconic monument ...
- ... and a parking lot giving way to the Chesapeake Bay
- Is that Venice or Dundalk?
- Before ... and during
- Trees fell in Pikesville
- One restaurant told Sandy where she could go instead
- A wall collapsed at an old distillery
- The Susquehanna River flooded Havre de Grace—but not as bad as it could have been
- After a derecho beating in July, Towson weathered Sandy well
- Despite its orientation to the water, Dundalk held up well
- The Gunpowder River was roaring following Sandy's visit, prompting residents to visit
- Western Baltimore County saw a lot of fallen trees
- Baltimore County readers reported their own outages, so Patch mapped it
- BGE was hard at work restoring power
- Baltimoreans counted themselves "blessed"
- Finally, video of Sandy's impact in North Baltimore
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