BELFAST — The second nor’easter of the season brought heavy rains and wind Saturday night into Halloween morning, with several areas of localized flooding.

The shoulder on Poors Mill Road near Pitcher Road is washed away from heavy rains Oct. 31. Photo by Fran Gonzalez

In Belfast,  Route 1 where the road passes underneath High Street was closed, with the entire area flooded up to the Waldo Avenue overpass this morning. By 10:30 a.m., the road was reopened. Belfast Mayor Eric Sanders said it is a matter of no place for the water to go, and added, “our water tables are full now.”

The shoulder on Poors Mill Road by Pitcher Road was washed away by heavy rained running down the side of the road.

Route 220 by Frye Mountain in Montville was closed because of flooding as of 10 a.m.  Muzzy Ridge Road in Searsmont also experienced heavy shoulder washouts. According to a resident of Muzzy Ridge Road, the town’s Department of Public Works was out assessing the road immediately and said they would be out possibly tomorrow to begin repairs.

A washout on Muzzy Ridge Road Oct. 31. Courtesy of Pamela Newcomb Santos

According to Central Maine Power’s website, out of a total of 25,522 customers in Waldo County, 155 were without power at 12:30 p.m. Oct.  31. The town of Burnham had 31 people without power, Islesboro six, Brooks two and Belmont one.

Flooding closed Route 220 in Montville near Frye Mountain. Photo by Fran Gonzalez