- Injuries/Deaths: An infant was slightly injured when a tree fell on a house in Upper Darby in Delaware County on Monday.
- Power outages: More than 74,000 customers are without power in eastern and southern Pennsylvania as of 5 p.m. Monday, according to utilities FirstEnergy, PECO and PPL.
- Two evacuations have been ordered over concern for overnight flooding: Bensalem Township, north of Philadelphia, ordered more than 100 residences evacuated Monday; In Darby Borough, just southwest of Philadelphia, 150-200 people were evacuated.
- 300 people are in 15 Philadelphia-area shelters, according to the Red Cross; 58 Red Cross evacuation centers are on standby with a capacity for 31,000.
- Key road/government closings: State offices are closed Monday and Tuesday except for essential personnel. All Pennsylvania state appellate courts closed Monday and Tuesday; county courts closed on a county-by-county basis.
Call 5-1-1 or visit www.511PA.com to check traffic warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speeds on interstates and traffic cameras. Pennsylvania law imposes fines up to $500 plus emergency response costs on motorists who drive past "road closed" signs.
US Airways, the largest carrier at Philadelphia International Airport, canceled all flights Tuesday at Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Washington, D.C.'s Reagan National Airport. It hoped to resume operations at all airports Wednesday.
I-95 and Route 611 interchange near Philadelphia International Airport is closed.
Speed limits reduced to 45 miles per hour on highways in central and eastern Pennsylvania, including all or portions of: I-76; I-95; I-476; I-676; I-81; I-80; I-78; I-83; I-84; I-380; Pennsylvania Turnpike from New Jersey to Carlisle and the Northeast Extension; U.S. Route 1; U.S. Routes 15, 30, 22/322, 33, 202 and 422.
Prohibited on those roadways are: Overweight and over-dimensional trucks; empty straight trucks; tandem trailers and doubles; tractors hauling empty trailers; trailers pulled by passenger vehicles; motorcycles; and RVs.
Trucks are prohibited from crossing four Delaware River bridges: Walt Whitman, Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross and Commodore Barry.
Pennsylvania wine and liquor stores closed at 3 p.m. Monday; stores in southeastern Pennsylvania did not open at all.
- Highlight: Scattered evacuations, bridge closures across Delaware River, speed reductions on major highways, minor power outages.
- Quote of the day: "They're telling me this is going to be worse than (Hurricane) Floyd because this is some superstorm. I'm not going back until the water's receded." - Sheila Gladden evacuated from her home in Philadelphia's flood-prone Eastwick neighborhood.