-- Sandbags were piled up inside restaurants in the Old Town section of Alexandria along the banks of the Potomac River.
-- The number of customers without power stood at 299,473.
-- The state is asking that only its essential state employees report to work Tuesday, the governor's office said.
-- A woman was killed when her car collided with a cement truck after the storm dumped 5 inches of snow on the town of Davis, authorities said.
-- West Virginia has declared a state of emergency as Sandy dumped heavy snow and rain in parts of the Appalachian Mountains.
-- Utilities said 340,428 customers lost power.
-- There are 12 counties under a blizzard warning until 6 p.m.
-- There were an estimated 800 storm-related outages across the Canadian province of Ontario, affecting about 150,000 customers, the provincial energy minister said.
-- The hardest-hit Ontario communities are Toronto, Waterloo, Peterborough, Owen Sound and Sarnia.
CNN's Soledad O'Brien, Suzanne Malveaux, Mark Norman, Jason Kessler, George Howell, Jesse Solomon and Athena Jones contributed to this report.
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