Transcript for Texas residents deal with fallout from brutal winter storms
Now to the disaster in Texas. Those record low temperatures may be gone, but residents of the lone star state still dealing with the aftermath. Vital supplies hard to come by. Millions still without water. Marcus Moore is live in Dallas with more for us. Good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Robin, good morning. The situation is improving but there are still millions of people as you said under boil water notices here in Texas. This winter storm bursting pipes in homes and businesses and we've also seen a number of water main breaks here in the dallas-ft. Worth area and impacts on the supply chain. Long lines for basic needs like food and water at grocery stores and also distribution sites and then you compound that with sticker shock that Texans are experiencing, many saying they have received electricity bills in the thousands of dollars in the midst of this crisis. It is important to point out that depending on what plan they have Texas charge customers a variable price if the demand is low, that bill will be low but can skyrocket when demand is high. State leaders here in Texas have vowed to address the situation but this morning it's unclear what will be done to address those high bills. The governor held an emergency meeting over the weekend and ordered a temporary moratorium on disconnections due to nonpayment of those high bills, George. Some small relief there. Thanks. We turn to that major defeat
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