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California drenched or blanketed in snow after holiday storm

Very dangerous to impossible travel. This winter storm is bringing a blizzard & an ice storm. #ndwx  #holidaystorm 

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Thunder snow in Bismarck. Officially reported by our ASOS and heard here at the office. #ndwx  #holidaystorm 

Latest snowfall and high wind reports thus far from the #holidaystorm . #NDwx 

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Lightning just south of the ND/SD border meaning this storm is intense enough for thunder snow. #ndwx  #holidaystorm 

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How much snow did you get? Share with us on our Facebook page. #ndwx  #holidaystorm 

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Travel conditions will remain poor Monday despite slowly improving weather conditions. #ndwx  #holidaystorm 

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Tornado that struck the City of Garland has been rated an EF4 by our survey team. We continue survey the area. #txwx  #dfwwx  #holidaystorm 

Conditions are bad and geting worse. Please don't put first responders at risk by going out #lubwx  #holidaystorm 

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Here is a graphical depiction of the Garland/Rowlett/Sunnyvale EF-4 #tornado  damage: #dfwwx  #holidaystorm 

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Damage paths of the longer tornadoes from December 26th. #dfwwx  #holidaystorm  10 tornadoes in N Texas on the 26th.

A resident of Abernathy sent this image in around 3pm depicting snow drifts near 10 ft. #lubwx  #holidaystorm 

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The annual precipitation at #DFW  Airport has topped 60 inches for the first time ever. #dfwwx  #txwx  #elnino  #holidaystorm 

DPS has closed I-40 west of Amarillo and 87 northwest of Dalhart. 3-4 foot drifts reported in southern panhandle. #phwx  #holidaystorm 

Just In: EF2 damage confirmed in Copeville, TX, which is off the east side of Lake Lavon in Collin Co. #txwx  #dfwwx  #holidaystorm 

We have two crews looking at damage today. Will be several days before we can get to all of the damage. #dfwwx  #txwx  #holidaystorm 

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