MCLEAN, Va. - Virginians are cleaning up after the remnant of Hurricane Michael pummeled the region overnight.
While most of the destruction was relegated to southwest Virginia, many Northern Virginia residents dealt with downed trees, power lines and outages.
Some McLean neighborhoods woke up to no power and the sound of chainsaws chopping a tree that collapsed in the early morning hours.
Crews remained in some neighborhoods for 12 hours or more.
In the video player above, watch as FOX 5's Tisha Lewis reports from Northern Virginia.