State-by-state developments as of last night
* ALABAMA: Five deaths, including that of an Andalusia woman, 75, killed Friday in a fire started by a candle left burning. About 550,000 customers had no electricity.
* CONNECTICUT: One death, that of a boater whose trimaran capsized yesterday in Long Island Sound in 6-foot waves and 50-knot winds. Thousands of customers lost power.
* FLORIDA: Sixteen deaths, including that of an 8-year-old girl crushed by a tree north of Pensacola. Ivan was the third hurricane to hit the state since Aug. 13. More than 330,000 customers were without power. Electricity, water and sewer services could take weeks to be restored in some areas.
* GEORGIA: Four deaths, including that of a 6-year-old girl swept into a storm drain. About 30,000 customers had no electricity. Much of Gilmer County was under water. Some motor homes floated away.
* LOUISIANA: Four deaths, all involving ailing or frail evacuees, as they were being taken from their storm-threatened homes to safer parts of the state. About 1,000 customers were without power. The New Orleans area, where more than a million people were told to evacuate, was largely spared.
* MARYLAND: Two deaths from an uprooted tree that crashed onto a home early yesterday. About 9,000 homes and businesses were without power.
* MISSISSIPPI: Three deaths, including that of a man killed when his car was struck by an uprooted tree. About 22,400 customers were without power. The Gulf Coast's 12 casinos reopened.
* NEW JERSEY: Officials tried to evacuate about 2,000 residents in four Warren County communities along the Delaware River, which was expected to overflow.
* NEW YORK: More than 1,000 people upstate had to evacuate because of flooding.
* NORTH CAROLINA: Eight deaths, including two when a house collapsed in southwestern North Carolina. About 125,000 customers were without power.
* OHIO: One death in a car accident blamed on rain and flooding. About 30 homes were evacuated, and 115 students were forced to spend Friday night at their elementary school. About 5,700 were without power.
* PENNSYLVANIA: A man died after falling in floodwaters while awaiting rescue in Carnegie. Floods swamped Allegheny basin homes and knocked dozens of boats loose from their docks. About 39,000 customers were without power.
* TENNESSEE: One death, that of a police officer who crashed on a rain-slickened road. Downtown Spring City was flooded by six feet of water. Homes were washed away; 30 people were rescued from an apartment complex surrounded by rising waters.
* VIRGINIA: The National Weather Service was investigating reports of more than 40 tornadoes. Several people were injured in the storm. At least 25 homes and three businesses were destroyed.
* WEST VIRGINIA: High water and mudslides blocked 207 roads and damaged hundreds of houses across the state. More than 3,000 people were evacuated as flooding, mudslides and several tornadoes hit. About 21,600 customers were without power.
-- Associated Press