H-E-B stores packed with people preparing for winter storm
Twitter users share photos of crowded grocery stores
SAN ANTONIO – The winter storm warning that goes into effect Monday at midnight and lasts through 6 p.m. Tuesday has people preparing all over South Texas.
H-E-B stores are crowded as shoppers gather supplies and get ready and some people have taken to Twitter to express their frustration.
“HEB is so busy I think my produce will be spoiled by the time I get out of here,” one user wrote.
See Tweets below:
Umm, Kyle HEB is so busy I think my produce will be spoiled by the time I get out of here. pic.twitter.com/GM1JeLABUA— Mr. Nathan Schmidt (@LHS_Schmidt) January 15, 2018
the entire city of san marcos is at heb right now and im not here for this— 𝚂𝙿𝚎𝚠𝙺𝚈 (@3mthropology) January 15, 2018
Why did I wait so long to go grocery shopping, now heb is a madhouse 😫— sonya (@SonyaVee) January 15, 2018
When natural disasters like the pending ice storm in Austin threaten our state, @HEB simply squares its jaw, says #ComeAtMeBro, then staffs every single checkout aisle and loads up on all the key supplies. They are the best. #TexasForever #ATXIceStorm pic.twitter.com/PdE6noQqtx— Andrew Barlow (@barlandrew) January 15, 2018
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