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mt dnmt you learned of the Christmas weekend unleashing floods and tornadoes killing at least forty three people and flattening buildings across the American south and Midwest at least eleven people were killed by twisters in Texas one packing winds up to two hundred miles per hour slamming into the city garland and leaving eight people dead blowing vehicles off highway , we don't know the first thing to do , no we have no idea cars dammit , that's all I care about that I think the material , Texas governor Greg Abbott on Sunday telling residents to remain vigilant we need you ought to listen to that local authorities warnings about actually new mayor that you may need to cut further north flash flooding killing at least thirteen people in Missouri and Illinois snowstorm slamming into New Mexico on Sunday prompting a state of emergency , the town of Roswell hit with twelve point three inches of powder Britain own record for snowfall in a single day the storms across the U. S. coming on the heels of tornadoes that hit two days before Christmas killing eighteen people including pen in Mississippi