-- A flood warning is in effect for the Saco River until Wednesday afternoon.
-- New Hampshire's power suppliers reported 81,000 customers without electricity.
-- Motorists lined up in front of service stations for blocks to purchase gas in the town of Hazlet. Others, on foot, stood in long lines, holding red canisters, waiting their turns to fill them up.
-- A fire broke out Wednesday morning in Mantoloking, according to police.
-- President Barack Obama is set to travel Wednesday to New Jersey to join Gov. Chris Christie in viewing widespread damage, the White House said.
-- Sandy has killed at least six people in the Garden State, according to Christie.
-- It will take weeks for rail service to resume on the coastline, according to New Jersey Transit Rail. Downed trees covered the tracks in many areas, ripping down power lines with them, while other sections of track are washed out. Service on the Northeast Corridor Line also remains suspended.
-- Amtrak service is to resume Wednesday between Newark and points south; between Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia; and between Boston and Portland, Maine.
PATH train service -- which typically ferries 245,000 people under the Hudson River to New York City each weekday -- will take six to nine days to restore, Christie said. New Jersey Transit train, bus and light rail service remain suspended, he said.
Newark Liberty International Airport will open Wednesday, but Teterboro Airport remains closed.
-- The state was hit the hardest by power outages, and more than 2 million customers remain without electricity, according to CNN's tally.
-- Police on Wednesday reported a higher number of fatalities for New York City, placing the toll at 22.
-- The police department released videos Wednesday to YouTube of helicopter rescues on Staten Island. Rescuers brought six people to safety Tuesday after floodwater trapped them in their homes.
-- Mayor Michael Bloomberg posted to Twitter on Tuesday that financial markets will resume Wednesday.
-- Amtrak said flooding in its tunnels under the Hudson and East rivers made it impossible to predict when service would be restored to Penn Station.
-- A CNN crew at the Breezy Point section of Queens reported smelling gas and seeing an electric line mast catch fire Wednesday. More than 80 houses were lost in a large blaze there after Sandy pushed a storm surge ashore.
-- John F. Kennedy International Airport was to reopen at 7 a.m. Wednesday with limited service, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said. LaGuardia remained closed.
-- About 1.9 million are still without power, suppliers said.
-- New York City's Office of Emergency Management on Twitter called on residents to report imposters posing as power company employees, reminding them to look for identification cards.
-- Bus service will run on regular routes Wednesday, the Metropolitan Transit Authority announced, though there may be detours and "substantial waits." But subway tunnels remain flooded with no estimated time for repair.
-- A crane atop a luxury Manhattan skyscraper under construction is dangling over West 57th Street.