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Understanding Texas' weather and infrastructure issues

Parts of Texas and Oklahoma experienced temperatures that were 40 degrees Fahrenheit lower than normal as part of an icy winter storm that cut power to millions. Writing at Forbes, Marshall Shepherd, director of the University of Georgia's Atmospheric Sciences Program, highlights expert insight and notes that "scientific literature is clear that we are likely to increasingly face more intense hurricanes, sustained heatwaves, extreme cold, and flooding."

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