In Franklin, Texas, a tornado destroyed homes and left approximately a dozen people wounded. "A strip of homes on the other side of town here are completely gone, just gone, everything is gone," Robertson County — of which Franklin is part — Emergency Coordinator Billy Huggins told NBC News. The tornado in Robertson County reportedly was estimated to have a peak intensity of 140 mile per hour winds.
Per ABC News, more than 150,000 people were reportedly without power on Sunday morning in Texas, Missouri, Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana. Tornado watches remained in effect Sunday morning in the South, including in parts of Alabama, Tennessee, and Florida. Much of the East Coast also reportedly faces severe weather threats for Sunday, with possible thunderstorms stretching from Florida to New York.
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