Look back at all the storm coverage of Sandy on Pasadena Patch.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The Anne Arundel County Fire Department responded to 400 calls in a 24-hour period. One man was killed when a tree fell on his house.
Emergency responders in Anne Arundel County received more than double the typical call volume in a 24-hour period, with more than 400 calls coming in during the post-tropical storm known as Sandy. About half of those calls were storm related. Division Chief Michael Cox of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department confirmed that one person died when a tree fell a house in Pasadena Monday night. Firefighters also responded to a major fire in the Edgewater area. “This was a very large and very dangerous storm," Cox said. Cox said the only known fatality in the county came when a tree fell on a house at the 7700 block of Suitt Drive in Pasadena. Firefighters arrived to learn a man had been trapped. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Anne …
Monday, October 29, 2012
A look at how Anne Arundel County dealt with the arrival of the megastorm.
Monday was the day that Sandy arrived in Anne Arundel County. It started as a rainy, but quiet day. Then the winds picked up, and the power started going out. Follow this Storify thread to see how Patch editors and area residents chronicled the storm's progression.
See the replay of the chat with Patch editors for up-to-the minute information on the impact of the tropical storm in your area.
UPDATE (3 p.m.)—The live blog is over but you can still replay it to see the comments, tweets and photos from Patch editors and readers as well as local and state officials and others in the community. Thank you to all who participated! Hurricane Sandy is expected to bring heavy winds and massive rainfall to the area as it comes ashore. Maryland is already operating under a State of Emergency, and residents are being warned of potential hazardous conditions. Follow along and participate in our live chat for frequent updates about the storm locally. This live blog will will pull in Twitter updates from all Patch editors in Anne Arundel County. You can participate in the chat by posting directly into the Cover It Live application, or by …
Saturday, October 27, 2012
If the "Frankenstorm" turns west at the Chesapeake Bay, storm surges would rise.
Residents along the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland are hoping the Frankenstorm starts its trick-or-treating to the east—and stays there. A westerly turn for the storm could prove catostrophic, as the counterclockwise rotation of Hurricane Sandy would pull water into the Bay, creating destructive storm surges for the waterfront communities. But if the storm stays to the east—as projection models early Saturday are beginning to favor—the Bay communities could be spared, while ocean-front communities along the East Coast could be hammered. » Follow Maryland Patch on Facebook for constant statewide updates on the Frankenstorm. In many early models, Havre de Grace would be under the eye of the storm at some point or another. "It looks right now …
Friday, October 26, 2012
Stay connected through the storm via Pasadena Patch.
As we hunker down to ride out Hurricane Sandy, we want to make sure that Pasadena stays connected. For live updates during the storm, be sure to download our App for your smartphone or tablet and 'like' Pasadena Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Click here to see all of the storm-related stories on Pasadena Patch. Send us messages through social media and email (email@example.com) or add information in the comments. If you notice wires down or a tree across the road, please alert authorities and then let us know so we can spread the word quickly. You can comment right on this story to make sure readers know what’s going on in your neighborhood. The effects of past storms are hard for us to forget and how, at times, water and …