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Deadly Tornadoes Come Early For Gulf Coast

Director of Emergency Operations for St. James Parish Blaise Gravois talks on the phone at Sugar Hill RV Park following a storm in Convent, La., Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016. Tornadoes and severe weather ripped through the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, mangling trailers at an RV park and ripping off roofs from buildings in Louisiana and Mississippi, authorities said. (Max Becherer/AP)
Director of Emergency Operations for St. James Parish Blaise Gravois talks on the phone at Sugar Hill RV Park following a storm in Convent, La., Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016. Tornadoes and severe weather ripped through the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, mangling trailers at an RV park and ripping off roofs from buildings in Louisiana and Mississippi, authorities said. (Max Becherer/AP)

The Gulf Coast is reeling from the tornadoes and severe weather that hit the area Tuesday, and more storms are expected across the South today. At least three people are dead in Louisiana and Mississippi. Jen Carfagno, a meteorologist with The Weather Channel, says the early season severe weather could be attributed to El Niño. She speaks with Here & Now’s Robin Young.

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