The wind and rain from Hurricane Sandy are increasing as Monday wears on.
But things are only expected to get worse tonight, when wind gusts reach as high as 70 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
Show us what's going on in your neighborhood. Do you have photos of winds and rain? Felled trees? Or are you making due by playing games with the kids? Upload your photos from your device to this article.
Do you know of any roads that are flooded or blocked? Any power outages? Tell us in the comments section.
Residents of Pikesville, Garrison, Randallstown, Woodlawn, northwest Baltimore, and the area are welcome to contribute!
Remember, State Police ask residents to not drive during the storm. And Gov. Martin O'Malley has asked residents to stay indoors for the next 36 hours.
Share what's going on with the rest of us by uploading a photo to this article, and making a comment in the comments section, below.
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- O’Malley: People Will Die
- Kamenetz Declares State of Emergency