Boaters and swimmers should be careful in the Chesapeake this week as debris dominates the water.
According to Anne Arundel County Emergency Mangement, downstream flows from the Susquehannah after heavy rain are bringing the debris into local waters.
Maryland State Parks tweeted on Monday that because of the debris, swimming is not recommended at Sandy Point State Park.
Due to a large amount of debris in the water from the recent heavy rains, swimming is not recommended at Sandy Point State Park at this time. pic.twitter.com/TX9OW5Blqw
— Maryland State Parks (@MDStateParks) July 30, 2018