I live in Fairfax County and we lost power for about 40 hours, according to my calculations. I'm happy to say the storm was not much more than an inconvenience for me, but a little sheepish to admit that while my "bug out" location had food, AC, and all the other amenities, I did lose money when my set of 5s got beat by a flush on the turn. That's because my BOL was the casino at Charles Town Races in West Va.
I did encounter some debris in the roads in between CTown and Herndon, but there were already crews working to clear it at about 3 am on Sat morning. I simply went to bed when I got home and found no power (flashlight from 'things' bag in car). When I got up the next morning, I spoke to a few neighbors, one of which had a genny going and everyone was unhappy, but unharmed. I checked in with a few friends locally; some had power, others not, but all were fine. As there was really nothing that could be done, I headed back up to the poker room for 12 or so hours. Still no power when I get in Sunday am. Did the walk around again next day, pretty much more of the same. My neighbors were keeping an eye on each other if help was needed, my landlord and wife went to their son's, who had power. I just stayed in the shade and read for a while, then went to a theatre and watched Prometheus. 3 minutes before the movie ends, the power at the theatre cuts out. LOL. It came back within a few minutes. When I got home the power had been restored so it was back to business as usual.
TL;DR: power out for weekend, hid out at casino, neighbors and I inconvenienced but not affected badly.