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Texans’ trauma from 2021 power grid failure provoked by another winter storm

This week’s freezing weather isn’t expected to be as severe as last year’s storm. But Texans remain anxious about the electricity grid.

A woman browses the meat department of a HEB in Round Rock on Feb. 2, 2022. Though predicted to be less severe than the winter storm of 2021, Texans have stocked up on supplies, and emptied shelves of bread, toilet paper, and dairy products.

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