Millions of people drowned in darkness due to the snow storm in the US state of Texas, while 6 people died and many were injured in various accidents.
According to foreign media, a severe snow storm affected the southern parts of the United States this week, causing power outages in the state of Texas and travel disruptions.
340,000 people in Texas have been without power since Wednesday evening, with PowerOutage.US reporting that the city of Austin and its surrounding areas are also experiencing power outages.
According to media reports, 2,300 flights were canceled by US airlines due to the blizzard, with flight operations at Dallas and Austin airports the most affected.
According to media reports, dozens of vehicles were also damaged due to the snowstorm, while 6 people were killed and many were injured in various accidents.
The National Weather Service called the storm a “prolonged and significant” snowstorm, saying the storm is currently moving through the southern Plains and Mid-South.
The weather agency said that along with Texas, cities in Louisiana and North Georgia may face flash flooding due to heavy rains.