The Powerball drawing on Monday did not produce a grand prize winner for the jackpot worth an estimated $89 million, with a cash value of $47.1 million.

Since no one claimed the grand prize, the jackpot will climb to $100 million, with a cash value of $52.9 million for the Wednesday drawing.

The winning lottery drawing numbers from Monday were 35, 45, 47, 54, and 55, with a red Powerball of 14. The Power Play was 2X.

There were no Match 5 winners, which means no instant millionaires resulted from the night. However, players across the country managed to win smaller monetary prizes.

Five players hit the Match 4 with the red Powerball, winning $50,000 each. Meanwhile, four players snagged $100,000 by hitting the Match 4 plus the red Powerball with a Power Play.

More than 274,000 tickets won prizes at all levels from the Wednesday night drawing, totaling $2.2 million.

The latest jackpot comes after a woman in North Carolina won a $100,000 prize on the same day she gave birth.

Brenda Gomez Hernandez, 28, purchased the winning ticket at a QuikTrip in Concord. Hernandez gave birth to a baby girl on Nov. 9 and hours later learned that she won a prize from the Powerball drawing.

Hernandez used the birthdays of her two sons, matching four white balls and the red Powerball, with a Power Play.

She claimed the prize Wednesday and took home $65,015 after the required tax withholdings.

Powerball jackpot winners must match the six numbers on their ticket to the drawn six-number combination.

Five numbers must be selected from 1 to 69 for the white balls, and a number is selected from 1 to 26 for the red Powerball.

Winners can select a lump sum payment or an annuity, which includes one immediate payment followed by 29 annual payments that increase by 5% each year.

The odds of winning the Powerball jackpot is a 1 in 292.2 million chance. Powerball tickets are available for purchase in participating territories for $2 each.

Powerball tickets await players at Cumberland Farms convenience store May 10, 2004 in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. William Thomas Cain/Getty Images