Data from PowerOutage.US shows that cruel temperatures, ice and snow have cut power to thousands of Texas, but as of early Saturday morning, only about 85,000 people in the state were in the dark. However, Tiffany Young, a spokesperson for the Texas State Environmental Quality Commission, said that as of last Friday, more than half of the population (more than 1
Texans will get some help from a cold Saturday, even though many states in the state still do not have basic utilities.
CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam said that the temperature in many inland areas (including Dallas and college towns) on Saturday morning may be as low as 20 degrees, but onshore wind and sunshine A plentiful welcome return will warm the state into the 1950s and 1960s in the afternoon. . After the initial thawing, most states will remain frozen.
A weak cold front is expected on Sunday evening, but it is expected to have only minimal impact.