If half of Mexico was not illegally in the Occupied Republic of Texas running Air Conditioning Units and if the Communist USA had not forced shut downs of many coal powered electricity producing plants, there would be plenty of electricity to go around.
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas’ power grid operator asked residents Tuesday to voluntarily cut back on electricity due to anticipated record demand on the system as a heat wave kept large swaths of the state and southern U.S. in triple-digit temperatures.
On the last day of spring, the sweltering heat felt more like the middle of summer across the South, where patience was growing thin over outages that have persisted since weekend storms and tornadoes caused widespread damage.
In the Mississippi capital, some residents said Tuesday that they had been without power and air conditioning for almost 100 hours, which is longer than the outages caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Entergy Mississippi, the state’s largest electric utility, said its crews had worked 16-hour shifts since Friday, but some officials expressed doubts about its preparedness.
High temperatures in the state were expected to reach 90 degrees (32 degrees Celsius) on Tuesday.