- Associated Press - Sunday, January 24, 2016

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Gov. Larry Hogan warned that cleanup and recovery from the weekend’s historic snowstorm will take days, and urged Maryland residents to continue to stay off the roads.

Hogan said at a news conference late Sunday morning that even though the storm has passed and the sun is shining, roads remain “extremely treacherous.”

He says all mass and public transit remain offline, and said he would decide later Sunday whether state employees will need to report to their jobs on Monday.

Hogan says Maryland has fared well so far, with no traffic fatalities in the storm, and fewer than 300 customers still without electricity, from a high of 10,000 during the height of the storm.

He says he will apply for federal disaster relief.


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