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Large tornadoes and storms hit parts of Texas

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Large tornadoes and storms hit parts of Texas

Large tornadoes and storms hit parts of Texas

Powerful storms and tornadoes ripped through parts of Texas on Monday and caused widespread damage, the National Weather Service said on Tuesday, March 22.


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Excessive Heat Warnings Issued for 50 Million Americans [Video]

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