Nick Bromiley, left, helps his neighbor, Carla Adell, center, remove belongings from her house Monday, Dec. 28, 2015, in Garland, Texas. (G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News via AP)
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The storm system that spawned deadly tornadoes in Texas over the weekend brought heavy snow, ice and blustery winds Monday to several states in the nation's midsection, as well as heavy rain in already water-logged areas where flooding has already been blamed for more than a dozen deaths.At least 11 people died and dozens were injured in the tornadoes that swept through the Dallas area Saturday. Snow from New Mexico through the Midwest, plus flooding in Arkansas, Missouri and Illinois, added to the succession of severe weather events across the U.S. in the last week that led to about four dozen deaths. Officials estimated as many as 1,450 homes in North Texas were damaged or destroyed by at least nine tornadoes.Interstate 40, the main east-west highway across the Texas Panhandle, reopened Monday morning.
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