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What’s Going on in Texas?

Unprecedented snowstorms have left Texans without heat, water, and electricity for days

Icicles hang off the State Highway 195 sign on February 18, 2021 in Killeen, Texas. Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Millions of Texans have been left without heat, electricity, and even running water following massive snowstorms that swept through the southern states, according to the New York Times. And more snow and ice is expected to be on the way.




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