-- The death toll stands at two, including a crew member of the HMS Bounty that went down over open sea.
-- The captain of the Bounty remains missing.
-- Power has been restored to the vast majority of customers.
-- The state of emergency for 24 counties in the western part of the state remains in effect because of snow.
-- The state has dispatched nearly 400 crews to clear storm debris.
-- Suppliers said 151,000 homes and businesses were without power.
-- The death toll in the state remains at three, including an 8-year-old boy who was struck by a tree limb.
-- Utilities said 896,000 homes and businesses were without power.
-- The union's smallest state, with slightly more than 1 million residents, reported 64,000 customers without electricity.
-- The state has closed most of its emergency shelters.
-- Virginia's death toll remains at two, both traffic fatalities.
-- The number of customers without power stood at 55,000.
-- The state has seen heavy snowfall.
-- Parts of West Virginia have seen at least 2 feet of snowfall from Sandy, and a winter storm warning is in effect there, with more snow expected in the Appalachians.
-- One fatality has been attributed to the storm.
-- Utilities said 239,000 customers had lost power.
-- Superstorm Sandy is drifting to the north toward Canada, sending gale-force gusts across the Great Lakes.
-- Power has been restored to 113,000 customers in Ontario, with 37,000 still without electricity, the provincial energy minister said.
-- Sandy's effects will be felt for a few days in Ontario, according to its government website. Rains have caused flooding and road closures.