In this May 29, 2015 file photo, cars sit in floodwaters along Interstate 45 after heavy overnight rain flooded parts of the highway in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)
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Heavy rain was pounding Dallas on Saturday as U.S. authorities searched for 11 people still missing in the record-setting storms that have submerged highways and flooded homes across Texas.At least 28 people have been killed nationwide in the storms, 24 of them in Texas.Before Saturday's rain, the agency said 16.07 inches (40.8 centimeters) of rain had already fallen across the Dallas area in May, easily eclipsing a 1982 record of 13.66 inches (34.7 centimeters).Rainfall records in the last week have been smashed across Texas -- from Corpus Christi along the Gulf of Mexico to Gainesville near the Oklahoma border. Houston-area authorities found the bodies of two other men.
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