More than 3 million customers without power in 8 states

The massive winter storm is creating havoc in Texas, and across the nation as well. Millions of people remained without power amid subfreezing temperatures, and authorities warned of treacherous travel conditions in many states.

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The overwhelmed power grid has left millions of Texans in the cold and dark. Here's how the Lone Star State compares to power outages reported in other states as well.

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As of 9:30 p.m. CT

Texas: 3,271,574
Oregon: 184,903

Kentucky: 105,508
Louisiana: 74,576
West Virginia: 72,599
Virginia: 47,405
Mississippi: 27,322

Ohio: 16,398
California: 12,539

Total across the states above: 3,812,824

The numbers reflect customers without power, not individual people. A customer could be multiple people in a household.

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