Tornadoes and Snowstorms across southern United States: 3 killed

Recent Natural Disasters 2012: Winter storm brings tornadoes, snow to US South.
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-Death toll from the Christmas storm has risen to three.
-At least 34 tornadoes reported from Texas to Alabama.

-Winter storm system caused snow to U.S. South.
-Tornado touched down in Mobile, Alabama. There were reports of damage to trees and widespread power outages.
-At least two person are reported to be killed in different weather-related accidents across southern United States. One was killed in Texas and another in Oklahoma.
-Following The National Weather Service (NWS), tornadoes also touched down in Mississippi, Texas and Louisiana. Tornado in McNeill in southern Mississippi damaged 12 houses and injured eight people.
-More than 180 flights nationwide were canceled by midday.
-Following, the storm is expected to evolve into a blizzard from Arkansas to southern Illinois on Tuesday night.
-More storms are predicted on Christmas day in southern and eastern Alabama, the Florida Panhandle and southwest Georgia (Photo Source: SkyNews).

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