Our singles community is massive, and you're only a couple of clicks away from finding a date.Puerto Rico may be without power for months after Hurricane Maria hit the U. territory with powerful winds that downed trees, ripped the roofs off homes and turned roads into rivers with flash flooding. Ricardo Rosselló told CNN late Wednesday night that it may take months to restore power to the entire island.However that death toll is expected to rise as officials reach isolated parts of the island Even though Maria has now moved away from Puerto Rico, it was still dumping rain and whipping up winds on Wednesday night as it loitered out in the Atlantic, where it strengthened back to a Category 3 Residents of San Juan described spending hours in stairwells to escape the storm after it ripped off coverings from the outside of their homes, scattering trees and signposts alike through the streets The exact impact of Maria won't be realized until authorities can do a flyover on the island to see what remains and what exactly has been destroyed.
Rossello had urged people to have faith: 'We are stronger than any hurricane.
One video showed a car park on the island being completely submerged by water.
Even before the storm, Puerto Rico's electrical grid was crumbling and the island was in dire condition financially.
Of the 27 river gauges on the island, 13 of them are in flood.
The National Weather Service reported rainfall of between five and 7 inches an hour.