Ron Jenkins / Getty ImagesPike Electric service trucks line up after a snow storm on Tuesday in Fort Worth, Texas. (Ron Jenkins / Getty Images)
As record low temperatures keep Texas under a punishing layer of snow and ice, some of the millions who faced the polar vortex without power are now beginning to see the lights come back on.
While residents of the Lone Star state are glad to have the life-saving utility back on, many are left with even bigger worries now that the energy is flowing once again.
The first warning came as the winter weather froze Texas to the core over the weekend.
According to The Daily Beast, one energy provider in the state urged customers to switch services as pressure from the winter storm increased.
Griddy, a Texas utility company that offers residents energy at wholesale market prices for a flat monthly fee,