The extreme heat and power outages from storms continue to have an impact on area food banks.
At the Huntington Area Food Bank, it's a trickle-down effect. Many groups depend on them for food.
Unfortunately, the agency had 70 percent of their food supply depleted because of the storms. That, in essence, left many groups without food.
Since Wednesday, the Huntington Area Food Bank has replenished about half of their food supply- but the need is still there.
"It's very difficult for those families who are above the income level for food stamps. We're talking about the working class poor and the senior citizens. Those are the ones right now who are really struggling. We're seeing those people at food banks," said Leigh Anne Zappin, Executive Director of the Huntington Area Food Bank.
The Huntington Area Food Bank serves 17 counties in West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio.