The powerful winter storm that roared through the Midwest has left behind some problems in Indiana and Ohio.
In Indiana, constant rain has triggered flood warnings around the state.
Public works crews are delivering sandbags to people in low-lying areas as rivers are expected to continue to rise.
In Ohio, high winds knocked down trees and power lines. Winds were clocked at nearly 50 miles per hour at the Columbus Airport.
Ohio utilities report 50,000 customers were without power Saturday night.