Several parts of the D.C. region awoke to storm damage — and were still without power — after a severe overnight storm.

In Prince George’s County, two townhouses were damaged by a large tree toppled by high winds on Greenspire Terrace, and there was damage to a high-rise apartment building on Metzerott Road, according to fire department officials.

Early Friday morning, part of Canal and Foxhall roads in Northwest Washington were briefly closed because of downed trees and wires. The roads have reopened.

In Maryland, officials said there was also damage from the storm. In parts of White Oak and Silver Spring, no one was injured, but trees were reported to have fallen on at least two houses.

According to Pepco’s outage map, about 180 customers were without power in the Silver Spring and Adelphi areas and parts of Washington on Friday morning. Dominion Power said only four of its customers were reported without power.

Weather forecasters are calling for rain over the weekend.