BALTIMORE (AP) - Baltimore has opened two shelters for city residents affected by Friday's storm.
The shelters opened Monday night. They are located at the Baltimore Junior Academy, 3006 West Coldspring Lane and the Dawson Family Safe Haven Center at 1400 East Federal Street.
Each has 75 beds and the support of the American Red Cross and the Baltimore Health Department.
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