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  • More than four million were without power in Texas on Tuesday after a rare deep freeze forced the state's electrical grid operator to impose rotating blackouts because of higher power demand and at least one person died, Houston police said on Twitter they suspected the cause of death and the fatality to be quote extreme low temperatures.

  • Residents lost power to heat their homes just when he became essential in a region unaccustomed to such precipitous drops in temperature.

  • One Houston resident said she was caught unprepared and scared.

  • Apartment now is getting freezing, even though all the doors all the windows are closed, but it z frozen inside.

  • President Joe Biden declared an emergency on Monday.

  • Governor Greg Abbott deployed in the National Guard statewide to help bring the power grid back online.

  • Still, some residents found ways to enjoy the chill riding snowboards or laundry baskets down frozen hills.

  • You live in Houston, you don't really have regular slits.

  • Power went out in the heights, so I'm a freezing my butt off because we'll be out in the in the snow.

  • Much of the United States was in the grip of bone chilling weather over the three day Presidents Day holiday weekend in Oklahoma City, volunteers tried to make sure homeless residents could, whether the cold snap basically getting everyone a hot meal, sleeping bags, gloves where we could do to help them out to survive the storm.

  • There is another storm on the way on Wednesday, expected to bring more snow, ice and sleet from the Texas Panhandle through Kentucky and up to Washington, D.

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  • To New York City, New Jersey and Boston.


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