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Md. moves on from storm, though impact lingers

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A powerful storm combination that socked the Mid-Atlantic has moved on from the region and life is regaining some normalcy.

Across the region, the effects of the storm were felt most in snow-covered western Maryland and along the Eastern Shore and Delaware. But it was clear Wednesday that the state of Maryland escaped the brunt of damage.

Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who visited hard-hit Crisfield on the Eastern Shore, says the state "dodged a cannonball" for the most part.

About 100,000 customers in Maryland remained without power Wednesday, though that number was dropping. Life in Washington, D.C., was returning to its usual bustle.


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