Debris lies on the ground near a home that was heavily damaged by a tornado in Rowlett, Texas, Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015. (Guy Reynolds/The Dallas Morning News via AP)
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Tornadoes that swept through the Dallas area caused substantial damage and at least 11 people died either from the storm or related traffic accidents and dozens of people were injured.Days of tumultuous weather in the Southeast have led to 29 deaths overall -- those in Texas plus a total of 18 in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Arkansas.The full extent of damage in Texas isn't yet known along a nearly 40-mile (64-kilometer) stretch from 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of Dallas to northeast of the city, though there were reports of strong winds blowing the roofs off homes, mangling vehicles, damaging churches, downing power lines and toppling trees.On the other side of Texas, a snowstorm accompanied by plunging temperatures, was expected to leave up to 16 inches (41 centimeters) of snow in West Texas and much of New Mexico through Sunday evening, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Brendon Rubin-Oster in College Park, Maryland.
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