Some of those we have to watch out for the most during this time include seniors.
This winter storm is causing major problems for them over at the Paris Towers in Little Rock.
Like a lot of people across Central Arkansas they are without power and have been for days.
"Everything is out, said President of Resident Council Katherine Strong."
Strong says there is a whole list of problems facing the almost three hundred people living here.
"We have no water, no way to flush the commode, we have no good drinking water and no heat."
Residents are usually provided meals by a group called SCAT, Senior Citizens Activities Today, but due to the weather no one has come in, so they have pooled their money together to bar b que.
"It's real rough for us and we are all old, said Floor Captain, Linda McMillian."
McMillian says this is the worst she's ever seen it during a winter storm.
"Put the lights on, give us some heat, we do need a little bit better housing authority, they take our money royally, now we here cold, they at home warm and we trying to feed everybody, added McMillian."
Another big concern and making for a dangerous situation.
"I got three people that need oxygen now, O2, they can't come no one says they can't come and bring them anything, said Strong."
KARK tried calling the manager of the Paris Towers and she wasn't in.
The Housing Authority's voice-mail was full.