Tornadoes leave over 200,000 people without electricity in Texas
A total of 20,676 customers experienced power outages due to tornadoes in Texas.
Tornadoes rob over 200,000 consumers of electricity in the US state of Texas, according to data from the monitoring service PowerOutage.us.
I love tornadoes in Texas, won't lie ❤️❤️❤️ I'm definitely not prepared. pic.twitter.com/NRrNQG1NV0— Afrospace.algo (@Afrospacey) March 3, 2023
A total of 20,676 customers experienced power outages as of 11:40 pm local time on Thursday (05:40 GMT on Friday), data showed.
Texas is crazy man, one day it’s 85 degrees and sunny, the next there’s tornados and a flood of rain in Dallas 😭 pic.twitter.com/DDM6Seo1dc— Austin N (@ArracetiA) March 3, 2023
Meteorologists linked the natural hazard to the same that caused heavy snow in the western state of California in February.
Tornados in North Texas area. Sirens are sounding pic.twitter.com/0y5Sv8vLdK— Ricky James (@RickyJa56396441) March 3, 2023
Bad weather conditions also canceled up to 462 flights in Texas on Thursday night, according to FlightAware data.