The number of Kentuckians without electricity continued to flicker during the fourth day of ice storm cleanup as the first signs of thawing brought with it some new outages and high waters on some roads.Anecdotal: today I saw a convoy of utility trucks moving northward through Memphis heading for the disaster zone. It was a good sight. Memphians know what these things are like after 1994 and 2003. As to the areal coverage of the storm, here's the regional coverage (it extends farther and wider than this):
And in many of the areas left in the cold and dark after Tuesday and Wednesday's storm, water and fuel remained scarce and food stocks were dwindling, prompting the governor to call for a donation drive this weekend.
And here's a view of some of the impacts:
Now might be a good time to donate to your favorite disaster-related charity. More cold air is coming.