Monday, March 1

Texas: the gigantic snowstorm that affects the southern United States, which has left more than 20 dead and millions of people without electricity


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The wave of cold and snow does not give truce in several states in the southern United States.

Winter is wreaking havoc across much of the southern United States.

A huge storm caused the death of more than 20 persons and left millions of people without electricity.

Widespread blackouts occurred in Texas because the power grid was collapsed by an increase in demand.

Millions of people in the state, which rarely experiences such low temperatures, are struggling to cope with the lack of power and low temperatures.

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