While many people are still without power, steps are underway to evaluate the damage.
Beginning Tuesday, FEMA officials hit the ground in West Virginia.
They'll be meeting with state and local officials throughout the state to look over the destruction from last Friday's wind storm.
A FEMA spokesman says the review will focus on infrastructure, such as roads, bridges and public facilities that may have been affected.
Frank Blake says they'll likely gather at the Department of Highways' district offices around the state before fanning out.
"We just think the storms have dealt West Virginia really multiple blows and we hope those damage assessment teams will scope out the extent of the damages. We'll provide that information to the governor and then, it's his decision," said Frank Blake, a FEMA spokesman.
If you're property has been damaged from the storm, Blake says you need to call your county emergency management office to report that damage, so that they can get an accurate count.