Tropical Storm Maria made its way through Guam with heavy rain and winds on Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. A damage assessment is underway. As of Thursday morning, parts of the island were left without power due to downed power lines. Cross Island Road was closed on Thursday morning due to two downed wooden power poles, as GPA re-routed power around that affected area and restored power to some villages in the south. Public Works crews, along with various village mayors' crews, were out clearing the roadway of debris and fallen trees.  Waves could be seen crashing into the island's coastline, but a few residents were out taking advantage of the surf in Talofofo Bay.  Dontana Keraskes/The Guam Daily Post