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Millions are still without power as forecast calls for more ice and frigid temperatures in hardest-hit states

February 17, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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As millions of people across the United States continue to weather a deadly winter storm without power, forecasts predict ice and low temperatures could be ahead for some of the worst-hit states.

(CNN)As millions of people across the United States continue to weather a deadly winter storm without power, forecasts predict ice and low temperatures could be ahead for some of the worst-hit states.

This comes as states with typically mild winter weather -- including Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and Kentucky -- are already facing hazardous roads, power outages and water shut offs from the winter storms.

Frigid temperatures are forecast to ease up next week, but temperatures will stay 25 to 40 degrees below normal through the weekend, when a storm system developing near Texas will bring the next round of winter weather, CNN meteorologist Michael Guy said.

In North Carolina, the larger weather system produced a tornado that ripped through Brunswick County on Monday, killing three people and injuring 10 others, officials said.

States spanning from Colorado to Georgia have delayed their shipments or vaccination appointments due to the weather conditions.

Ohio was expecting shipments directly from Pfizer and Moderna that will be delayed one to two days due to the severity of the weather, Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday.

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