(WHAM-TV) At least 50 people are dead and 8 million without power after this storm.
Communities along the coastline of New Jersey were badly hit.
Downed power lines sparked dangerously close to homes and cars while sand from the shores washed into neighborhoods and boats were tossed like toys across roads.
President Obama will be touring to view the damage in that state Wednesday.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says it will be several days before city subways are running again. All 10 of the city's tunnels under the East River flooded.
Crews are working to get them back up and running for the 5 million people who use the system every day.
In Queens, 111 homes were destroyed by fire. Flooded roads prevented firefighters from getting there on time.
Two million people in New York State have no power.
Farther south in Tennessee and West Virginia -- 20 inches of snow have fallen.
Sandy merged with a cold front and brought winter conditions to higher elevations.
North Carolina and Virginia also got a few inches of snow.