At the on Monday, every available outlet was in use, as residents still without power took advantage of the air conditioning and electricity.
But at 5 p.m., malfunctioning air conditioning caused the library to close for the day, Branch Manager Melissa Gotsch told Patch.
While the library was open on Saturday and opened on time Monday without power issues, several small outages throughout the afternoon caused the air conditioning to stop working.
Maria Smith, who lives on Stafford Road, arrived at the library at 10 a.m., hoping to charge her cell phone. By the mid-afternoon she was finally able to get an open plug, which allowed her to charge up.
"There were so many people here, I couldn't believe it," she said.
In Baltimore County, roughly 69,000 customers were still without power on Monday afternoon.
Across Catonsville on residential streets, one could see extension cords running across the road to a neighbor's house.
Several major intersections were still impacted, including Wilkens Avenue at Rolling Road and the Baltimore Beltway. North Rolling Road at Edmondson Avenue was also still without power and a large tree still blocks the road, causing a detour. On Monday afternoon, drivers were able to head north on Rolling before they were detoured at Rockwell and back onto Rolling at Beverly Road.
Baltimore County Police also were still without power at the Wilkens Precinct. When Patch stopped by Monday, every door was open to circulate air.
County police also on Monday announced locations for residents to drop off storm debris. A full list is available .