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A vehicle sits among debris in an area near Linden, Tenn., on Dec. 24. Several people were killed in Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas as spring-like storms mixed with unseasonably warm weather spawned rare Christmastime tornadoes in the South. (Photo: Mark Humphrey/AP Photo)

One of the busiest travel seasons of the year got off to a very rough start as what the National Weather Service called a “particularly dangerous situation” snarled air traffic at major airports in Chicago, Atlanta, New York, Dallas and Washington, D.C.

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