Illinois and California also each had two second-tier winners, while New York, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana and Arizona had one apiece.
Tuesday's jackpot will be $127 million for the annuity, $93 million for the cash.
Powerball's jackpot is now worth $60 million for the annuity, $37 million as a lump sum. The next drawing is Wednesday night.
Virginia, Michigan and Florida each had a $1 million winner who matched the first five numbers - 29. 30, 45, 47 and 49 - but not the Powerball of 35 in Saturday night's drawing.
Winning $2 million each were two tickets, sold in Florida and Minnesota, that matched five while having the Powerball prize-boosting option.
No one has yet claimed the staggering Powerball jackpot won in Rhode Island on Feb. 11. The whopping windfall is worth $336.4 million over 30 yearly payments, or $210 million (less taxes) in a single check.
For more, go to www.palottery.com, www.njlottery.net, or www.philly.com/philly/news/lottery.
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