The Houston Chronicle informed subscribers that it doesn’t expect to be able to produce a printed newspaper for Tuesday.
The newspaper has been without power since 2 a.m., according to a notice to subscribers Monday.
“Even during Hurricane Harvey, our facility never lost power and we never stopped producing the print edition, but each weather emergency brings its own twists,” the newspaper wrote. “With the freezing temperatures expected to linger for the next 3-4 days, we have no indication of when power will return to our plant; even after it is restored, it will be many hours before we can return our facilities to full capacity.”
“We’ll decide on whether to print a newspaper for Tuesday if and when power is restored, and when we can determine if it can be safely delivered,” the notice added.
Houston Chronicle news updates will continue to be posted online at HoustonChronicle.com, and Tuesday’s newspaper will be released as an eNewspaper, the notice said.