The Deadly Texas Freeze: Does It Point To Larger Problems?

21-12 Segment 1: The Deadly Texas Freeze: Does It Point To Larger Problems?

The wintry storm that crippled the entire state of Texas last month is estimated to cost 195 billion dollars in damages and has already been linked to dozens of deaths due to prolonged exposure of extreme cold. For several days, millions of Texans were left without heat in their homes, no running or clean water and food shortages. What factors fed into this statewide failure? Is this a weather pattern that will happen more frequently as the climate shifts?