"We had some trees come down," he said. "We have a lot of cleanup to do."
But Havre de Grace "avoided any flooding which is good," he added. "Everything looks good… I think where we were lucky is when it would rain and there would be a 30-minute stop, that's where we really fared well. The water in the bay being pushed out, that really helped."
In Havre de Grace Sunday afternoon, a large tree was still blocking the CSX Railroad's track between Lewis Lane and Ontario Street. The track is on the freight railroad's main line between Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Farther west on Route 40, most of the west side of Aberdeen was without power
Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett said the main area of the city where roads had to be closed was near Old Philadelphia Road and Route 7.
"That was a drain and we got that cleared up right away," he said.
Also, "we had one [tree] on New County Road that went into a house and [there] was some damage, but nobody's hurt."
Perryville Mayor Jim Eberhardt said the town likewise had no flooding or major problems, although he warned, at about 10:40 a.m., that residents were not out of the woods yet.
"The ground's so saturated," he said, adding there were sporadic power outages, and one transformer was out, which cut electricity to some homes.
But, he said, "I think from the town's standpoint, we made out very well."