Here’s a look at how Irene affected states other than Massachusetts:
Connecticut ■ Power cut to much of Bridgeport, the state’s largest city, because of flooding concerns at substations. Mayor imposed 8 p.m. curfew.
■ Thousands evacuated along the shoreline, in more than 30 municipalities.
■ National Guard mobilized.
Delaware ■ Apparent tornado damages 15 structures near Lewes. Another touched down in Wicomico County. No injuries reported.
Florida ■ Heavy waves kill a 55-year-old surfer; a New Jersey tourist, also 55, dies in rough surf.
Maine ■ More than 160,000 customers without power by afternoon.
■ Flash flood warnings in northern and western Maine.
Maryland ■ At least 645,000 homes and businesses without power by afternoon.
■ Up to 12 inches of rain fell on Ocean City, which had its first evacuation order since 1985.
New Hampshire ■ More than 100,000 homes and businesses lose power.
New Jersey ■ Irene makes landfall along the New Jersey coast with 75 mile-per-hour winds.
■ Mandatory evacuations ordered for nearly 1 million visitors and residents.
■ More than 920,000 homes and businesses lose power.
■ A woman, 20, who had called police to ask for help getting out of her flooded car was found dead in the vehicle eight hours later.
■ Atlantic City casinos shut down for only the third time since gambling was legalized 33 years ago.
New York ■ Irene makes landfall near Coney Island.
■ More than 905,000 homes and businesses lose power.
■ Southbound lanes of the New York State Thruway closed for 137 miles from Albany to West Nyack. Northbound lanes shut for 90 miles from Westchester County to Saugerties.
■ Bungalows float down streets in Queens. Rescuers searched for anyone inside.
■ New York’s major airports remained closed; will be reopened this morning.
■ New York City’s public transit system, the nation’s biggest, was shut until at least today.
North Carolina ■ Highest wind gust of 115 miles per hour recorded. Highest rainfall amount is 15.74 inches in Bayboro.
■ More than 400,000 remain without electricity last night.
■ More than 60 shelters were opened open in 26 counties.
Pennsylvania ■ Flooding reported in several counties.
■ More than 500,000 lost power across the state.
■ Six inches of rain fell in Philadelphia. The rainfall came on top of an already single-month record of more than 13 inches.
Rhode Island ■ About 270,000 customers lost power.
■ Mandatory evacuations ordered in some low-lying communities.
Vermont ■ Flash flooding and evacuations ongoing in Southern Vermont.
Virginia ■ Nearly 800,000 without power last night, down from a peak of about 1 million.
■ The Navy ordered Second Fleet to sea to escape the storm.
Washington, D.C. ■ Approach of storm forced delay of dedication of Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.