On Friday, February 19, Mark Majkrzak distributed water bottles to people in Austin, Texas. The founder of Rain Pure Mountain Spring Water said he drove water from Georgia.
Brendan Waldon repaired utility poles in Odessa, Texas on Thursday, February 1
Deloris Sanchez and Mallissa Lee sat on the sofa when they took refuge in the gallery furniture store, which was once a warming station in Houston.
On Thursday, vehicles came to a standstill on Interstate 35 in Killeen, Texas.
On Thursday, city workers repaired a broken water main in McCam, Mississippi.
Staff from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority went up the stairs at a subway station in New York City on Thursday.
On Thursday, Emanuale Small walked to the bus station in Roanoke, Virginia. Smott had to do as agreed by the doctor, and he was told that they would postpone him a little bit so that he could still do it even in cold conditions.
People took refuge in a shelter in Galveston, Texas on Thursday.
On Thursday, cars drove slowly on icy roads in Washington, DC.
On Thursday, Jose Blanco poured water into the cooler from a faucet in a public park in Houston. Notices are boiling over Houston and several surrounding cities.
On Thursday, snow fell on Times Square in New York.
Plowing snow outside the U.S. Capitol on Thursday.
On Wednesday, February 17, Jonathan Callahan (Jonathan Callahan) expressed his gratitude after being sent to a warm shelter at the Johnnie Champion Community Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Some shelter people Lost the water, electricity and heating in the house after the winter storm. Others are homeless. Food, blankets and cribs are provided.
On Wednesday, Charles Andrews walked through his neighbor in Waco, Texas. Millions of people still have no power.
Nathan Halaney and Katherine Pena helped their neighbor Brenda Davis during a construction fire near Austin, Texas on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Eric Traugott heats up his young son next to his young son Eric (Eric Jr.). The fire next to it is used for waste outside their Austin apartment Made of wooden wardrobe.
On Wednesday, fallen trees and broken trees were seen at a rest stop in Huntington, West Virginia.
Sara Castillo put firewood on a car in Dallas on Wednesday. Castillo’s family lost power on Sunday.
Customers waited for supplies outside the Home Depot in Pearland, Texas on Wednesday. Since there is no power source, the store can only accommodate one person at a time.
A family in Austin melted snow on the stove so they could flush toilets and wash dishes on Wednesday. Their electricity has been restored, but they still have no running water.
Kendra Clements visited the dog owner Billy Madden and his dogs Leroy Brown and Underdog at Tribe Gym, Oklahoma City Stadium, which has now become a temporary Shelter for the homeless.
On Tuesday, February 16, Manessa Grady adjusted the oil lamps while spending time with her sons Zechariah and Noah at their home in Austin.
Maria Patterson breastfeeds her baby daughter at her home in Austin on Tuesday, which has not been powered on since Sunday night.
Electric trucks line up in Fort Worth, Texas on Tuesday.
Karla Perez and Esperanza Gonzalez were heated by a grill after being eliminated in Houston on Tuesday.
Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon stood on the kitchen counter, warming his feet on the Austin gas stove.
The sunlight in Omaha, Nebraska was filtered through steam, and the temperature dropped below zero on Tuesday.
Camilla Swindle (Camilla Swindle) was sitting in a shopping cart. She and her boyfriend lined up on Tuesday to enter a grocery store in Austin.
On Tuesday, Brett Archibad (Brett Archibad) made fun for the family as they tried to keep warm in their home in Pffortville, Texas.
Residents cleared snow from sidewalks in Chicago on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, customers use the light of their mobile phones when buying meat at a grocery store in Dallas. Even if the store loses power, it only accepts cash sales.
A United Airlines plane de-iced at George Bush International Airport in Houston.
Early on Tuesday morning, a snowplow cleared a parking lot in Columbus, Ohio.
On Tuesday, city worker Kaleb Love worked to clean up the ice in a fountain in Richardson, Texas.
Steam came out of the frozen Missouri River in Kansas City.
While Bethany Fischer was washing her face, her husband Nic was lying on a mattress in a church in Houston on Tuesday. The couple lost the power to their home.
On Monday, February 15, houses near Westbury in Houston were covered by heavy snow.
The homeless James Derrick peeked from his tent in Oklahoma City on Monday. The city went for a record five days without climbing more than 20 degrees, and it was not expected to reach this temperature until Thursday.
Motorists drove slowly in Indianapolis on Monday.
On Monday, a city employee cleared a sidewalk in South Bend, Indiana.
Austin, Texas was covered in snow Monday.
Eithan Colindres wore a winter jacket after his family’s apartment lost power in Houston on Monday.
On Monday, two women crossed the street as snow fell on Bowling Green, Ohio.
On Monday, a boy feeds pigs in San Joe, Arkansas.
On Monday, ice jackets were painted with road signs in Midland, Texas.
Kirk Caudill is shoveling snow in Louisville, Kentucky.
On Monday, the vehicle froze at the International Airport in Nashville, Tennessee.
The crew unloaded snow cleared from the city streets of Oklahoma City.
On Monday, people helped a troubled motorist in Oklahoma City.
On Monday, people were walking on the snowy roads in Austin.
On Monday, people shoveled snow and ice in front of a store in Louisville, Kentucky.
On Sunday, February 14, several cars were driving in San Angelo, Texas.
People entered the Covid-19 test site in Seattle on Saturday, February 13. Seattle reported more than 11 inches of snow cover over the weekend, which was the largest snowfall since January 1972.
Harrison Walsh is skiing at Pike Place Market in Seattle on Saturday.
On Saturday, when it snowed in Tacoma, Washington, the car was driving along Interstate 705.