A deadly winter storm glazed roadways, closed schools and left more than a million people in the South without power Thursday, then moved north, threatening to dump several inches of snow on cities along the East Coast.
ARKANSAS: Two storm-related deaths, power outages down Thursday from peak of 60,000 customers, up to 4 1/2 inches of snow, some schools closed.
CONNECTICUT: Some schools closed, snow falling at rate of inch an hour.
KENTUCKY: Six deaths, about 4,200 customers blacked out Thursday, up to 8 inches of snow, at least 55 of the 176 school districts closed.
MISSOURI: Four deaths, more than 100 schools closed, up to 10 inches of snow in Ozarks.
NEW JERSEY: Up to 7 1/2 inches of snow, at least 240 of state's 597 school districts closed, state and county government offices closed early. Delays and cancelations at Newark airport.
NEW YORK: Some New York City suburban schools closed and some upstate schools sent kids home early, up to 10 inches of snow forecast on Long Island, flights delayed up to three hours.
NORTH CAROLINA: Three deaths, about 1.3 million customers blacked out, 7 inches of snow on Blue Ridge Parkway, hundreds of schools and businesses and many government offices closed.
OKLAHOMA: Several schools closed for second day, up to foot of snow and half-inch of ice, about 60,000 customers without power at peak of storm but most service restored by Thursday.
PENNSYLVANIA: All Philadelphia schools closed and many others statewide, rash of accidents closed section of Pennsylvania Turnpike east of Pittsburgh.
SOUTH CAROLINA: Two deaths, more than 276,000 customers lost power, some schools closed for second day.
TENNESSEE: One death, about 25,000 customers lost power Wednesday but most restored by Thursday, up to 6 inches of snow and half-inch of ice, dozens of schools closed Wednesday.
VIRGINIA: One death, snow up to 10 inches deep, schools closed, about 8,000 customers without electricity, many government offices and courts closed.
WEST VIRGINIA: Schools closed in all 55 counties, heaviest snow 7 inches deep, some flights canceled at Charleston's Yeager Airport