State-by-State Storm Details

A glance at the storm that buried the East under as much as 4 feet of snow after sweeping through the Midwest, including weather-related deaths, snow depths and other details:

--Iowa: four deaths; 14 inches of snow in Des Moines.

--Nebraska: one death; 10 inches around Omaha.

--Illinois: two deaths.

--Missouri: six deaths.

--North and South Carolina: power restored to most of 20,000 customers who lost electricity after ice storm.

--West Virginia: six deaths; 23.4 inches of snow at Berkeley Springs; 100,000 customers without electricity; flooding that included high water isolating the town of Hamlin; U.S. 60 closed at Cedar Grove by slide that included rocks as big as houses.

--Ohio: one death; 62,000 without electricity; up to 16 inches of snow in central Ohio; ice and snow 8 inches thick in some southern counties.

--Kentucky: 96,000 without electricity; flooding in eastern Kentucky; scattered mud slides.

--Virginia: two dead; 1,000 without electricity; 35 inches of snow at Linden on Blue Ridge and 30 at Winchester; northbound Interstate 81 closed overnight near Strasburg by wrecks and slippery hill.

--District of Columbia: 16.1 inches of snow at Ronald Reagan National Airport; Reagan, Dulles and Baltimore-Washington airports closed.

--Maryland: snow removal already cost $20 million to $30 million; Maryland Transit Administration suspended local bus and subway operations; collapsed roofs including one at B & O Railroad Museum in Baltimore.

--Delaware: up to 2 feet of snow; flooding reported in several beach communities; power outages reported in Dewey Beach.

--New Jersey: one death; 24 inches of snow at Little Egg Harbor; some coastal flooding; several collapsed roofs.

--Pennsylvania: five deaths; 41.5 inches of snow at Seven Springs ski resort area near Champion in western Pennsylvania. Philadelphia International Airport was technically open Monday but every flight was canceled.

--New York: 19.8 inches of snow in Central Park; snow removal for 6,000 miles of streets estimated at $20 million; LaGuardia Airport closed, almost all domestic flights canceled at Kennedy and Newark airports; service suspended on some city bus and train lines in all five boroughs; bus service halted in and out of Port Authority bus terminal.

--Connecticut: Two feet in spots by evening; up to 30 inches forecast.

--Massachusetts: 17 inches by evening at Boston's Logan International Airport, up to 2 feet forecast; Logan open but more than half of flights canceled; ferry service from Cape Cod to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard canceled.