Snowpocalypse

Christmas Storms Blanket the U.S. (Photos)

After three died in the south, storm and blizzard warnings have been issued from Oklahoma and Texas all the way up to Maine.

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The severe storms that killed three people and caused travel delays in the southern U.S. on Tuesday are now headed for the Northeast. 600 fights were canceled across the country on Tuesday, in addition to more than 6,000 delays. As of Wednesday morning, over 370 flights had already been canceled. An outbreak of tornadoes on Christmas Day left damage across the Deep South and over 100,000 customers were left without power in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama. But the storms have moved on. The National Weather Service has issued storm and blizzard warnings from Oklahoma and Texas all the way up to Maine.

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A family makes a snowman as the snowstorm blows through Martinsburg, West Virginia.

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Drivers navigate icy roads in Paris, Texas on Tuesday after the storm left inches of rain and snow on much of North East Texas.

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Tommy and Cindy Huddleston finish a snowman in Paris, Texas.

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Lucas Martinez and his dad, Nick Martinez, go sledding at Trinity Park in Fort Worth, Texas.

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A street littered with debris after a tornado hit the Midtown area of Mobile, Alabama. Twisters on Tuesday left damage across the Deep South.

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Damage along Dauphin Street in Mobile after a tornado hit around 5 p.m. on Tuesday.