The extreme cold temperatures are creating high demand for electricity over the next few days.
Prepare for severe winter weather.
Freezing rain, snow, sleet, and ice accumulations are expected in the Entergy Texas service territory beginning Sunday night and into Monday.
Entergy Texas is closely monitoring forecasts of the winter storms expected to bring freezing rain, snow, and the potential for ice accumulation.
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