The cold snap could end up costing homeowners hundreds, even thousands of dollars.
Ice, snow, and repeated bouts of bitter cold have made this winter one to remember. But, the weather has been more than a hot topic. Weather conditions outside have been costly for folks staying inside, especially North Texans heating their homes with propane.
The state’s power operator has extended a ‘Conservation Alert’ through Tuesday morning.
Texas Gas Service (TGS) was forced to shut down the gas supply to the entire city of Jacksboro Thursday. Most businesses and residents had no heat, on a day when temperatures struggled to get out of the teens.
What a difference a day makes! Near 60° Wednesday afternoon and in the 20s this afternoon! We’ve seen clouds, a lot of wind and frigid wind chills. It will feel like it’s in the […]
One community in Burleson was left in the dark Monday night when the power went out.
The low temperatures in North Texas created a high demand for electricity
Will you really catch a cold if it’s cold outside? The correlation between cold weather and sickness does stick out, but perhaps not for the reasons that you would expect.
Dallas school officials are defending a decision to keep students on campuses without working heat – saying it is better for students to be safe, in cold classrooms, than warm at home, alone.
After a two-day holiday — compliments of an ice storm — students at Dallas’ Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary returned to class Tuesday. But they received a less than warm welcome: the school’s heat was out for much of the day.
With the power out since Friday, Wreford says it’s gotten down to 37 degrees inside her Lake Highlands area house — and she’s fed up with Oncor’s broken promises.
Snow and bitter cold snarled traffic and prompted another 1,650 U.S. flight cancellations nationwide on Monday, and some 15,000 North Texans were still without power after January-like weather barged in a month early.