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Hurricane Beryl post-storm heatThe rain has been reduced to a drizzle, and the winds have abated, but for many Houston-area residents, Hurricane Beryl’s impact is far from over. In addition to downed trees, impassable roads, and widespread flooding, millions of Texas are now contending with an increasingly hazardous threat: the dangerous combination of summer heat and power outages. Hurricane Beryl, which left at least 11 in the Caribbean islands dead—plus at least 4 Texans—has also left more than 2.1 million electric customers (the highest number in the provider’s history) without power across a wide swath of Houston, according to a statement released by CenterPoint Energy on X. By comparison, Hurricane Ike, a strong category 2 storm, left nearly the same number of customers without power after it made landfall in…

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