The storm set off flooding, caused thousands of power outages and sparked at least five home fires.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to weaken after it makes landfall.
Even as they reopen, zoos and aquariums from Alaska to Florida are seeing few visitors, prompting administrators to plead for support.
The governor said the state is anticipating power outages and asked residents to have a week’s supply of water, food and medicine on hand.
Hubert and Kalisa, both 21, were known to zoo staff and visitors for their deep bond.
But Exxon Mobil and Chevron seek to assure investors the worst is over.
Cooper Monaco found the massive mollusk Monday. "I felt the edge of it and I thought, ‘holy moly, this is a clam," he said.
Dominion Energy chief Thomas Farrell II will remain executive chairman of the utility, which provides electricity and natural gas to customers in eight states.
Ken Salazar's "lucrative spin through the revolving door" is reminiscent of the pay-to-play system that has grown under President Donald Trump.
The storm grew into a Category 1 hurricane early Friday as the Bahamian government urged citizens to prepare for the worst.