It advised boaters to use care, as volunteers and crews were working to clear the areas.
Please use extreme caution if you are boating in the Chesapeake. As predicted, downstream flows from the Susquehannah have brought major amounts of debris into local waters. The attached images are provided by @AnnapolisHarbor, who are working hard to clear the waterways! pic.twitter.com/Dw4p0IH2xt— AACO Emergency Mgmt. (@AACO_OEM) July 30, 2018
There were other reports of debris at the Conowingo Dam and at Sandy Point State Park.
Boaters are reminded by experts that some debris can be submerged and to use caution.
Reminder to boaters: Damaging debris is everywhere. Exercise extreme caution. Cpl. Kelly found this debris field this morning on patrol between Hart-Miller Island and Man O War Shoal. Reduce speed. Maintain a lookout. Wear your life jacket. pic.twitter.com/IHIqenyWwL— Maryland NRP (@MDNRPolice) July 28, 2018