The latest on the fallout from Superstorm Sandy, which hit the East Coast last week, and a new wintry storm hitting the Northeast.
— FORECAST: A strengthening storm moving up the East Coast with snow, sleet, rain and wind gusts as high as 60 mph is expected to spread through the region through Thursday. Moderate coastal flooding possible.
— POWER OUTAGES: Nearly 800,000 homes and businesses, mostly in New Jersey and New York, down from a peak of more than 8.5 million. Figures from Sandy have fallen greatly or disappeared but have started rising again in some places because of the new storm.
— CONNECTICUT: As much as 8 inches of snow reported through Wednesday night inland. State's largest utility sends line workers and tree trimmers back to work as snow and winds start. Power outages: About 4,000.
— MASSACHUSETTS: Up to 4 inches of snow expected in western and central Massachusetts; Cape Cod and neighboring islands under high-wind warning. Outages: 7,700.
— NEW JERSEY: Crews push sand back onto beaches to protect areas flooded by Sandy's surge. New evacuations ordered in some communities already emptied by Sandy; new shelters open. Some who just got power back after Sandy lost it in new storm. Outages: 475,000.
— NEW YORK: Construction in New York City is halted ahead of rain, sleet and snow. Residents of low-lying neighborhoods are urged, but not ordered, to evacuate. Major airlines scrap flights more than a week after Sandy caused cancellation of more than 20,000. Long Island Rail Road, major commuter route, suspends service. Outages: More than 292,000, tens of thousands of them caused by the new storm.
— PENNSYLVANIA: Road and utility crews prepare for windblown snow, freezing rain and 1 to 5 inches of snow, including up to 4 in Philadelphia. Delays and cancellations at Philadelphia airport. Outages: More than 1,000.
— RHODE ISLAND: Sandy recovery efforts are suspended as officials brace for new power failures. Outages: 560.
— WEST VIRGINIA: Power is slowly being restored after Sandy's heavy snowfall, but full recovery could take months. Schools remained closed in at least two districts. Outages: 18,700.
— DEATHS: More than 100; figure has fluctuated as authorities release more information.
Sources: State and local authorities; AP reporting