RELATED: Texas' plight exposes vulnerability of power grids to climate change, experts sayPower outages spiraled through the day Monday, ultimately cutting off more than 4 million people.
Grocery stores shut down and hotel rates skyrocketed.People who fled to the homes of relatives or neighbors had to consider the risks of contracting or spreading the coronavirus.Ashley Archer and her husband decided to take in his best friend at their suburban Dallas home.
She is pregnant and has been trying to protect herself from the virus for nearly a year.The friend is "like family," she said. "We weren’t going to let him freeze at his place."Things got worse Tuesday.Read more on fox29.com