Death tolls continue to rise in the Midwest due to winter weather

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(CNN) - A band of storms has been moving though parts of the Plains and the Midwest since Thursday and is being blamed for at least 14 deaths, including eight in Texas and six in Kansas.

The storm is moving out of the region, but a lot of areas remain coated in ice or flooded making driving dangerous.

As of Sunday a Fort-Worth woman is still missing after her car was swept away by flash flooding.

The bodies of three people killed due to the flooding were recovered Friday.

Temperatures in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles are expected to rise above freezing Sunday, allowing for a thaw out.


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