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Quick facts: 4 days of storms across the US

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Faye Busby looks over her living room after a tornado ripped part of the roof off of her home in Graysville, Ala. on Tuesday, April 29, 2014. A strong line of tornado-producing storms made its way across the southeast Monday causing damage in the area. (AP Photo/AL.com, Tamika Moore)
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A storm system that spawned tornadoes and sparked widespread flooding across states has been socking the U.S. for four days. Here are some quick facts and anecdotes on the system:

— TORNADOES: At least 65 tornadoes hit the U.S., according to rough estimates from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

— DEATHS: In all, 37 deaths in eight states have been blamed on the storms.

— DOUBLE WHAMMY: In one of the few times in history, America had back-to-back days with tornado deaths in the double digits, on Sunday and Monday.

— STATES AFFECTED: At least 16 states were hit by the storm system in some way, most in the South and the nation's midsection.

— RAINFALL: Nearly 2 feet of rain fell in some areas. Pensacola, Fla., saw about 22 inches.

— PATH OF DESTRUCTION: In Arkansas, the deadliest tornado of the past four days cut through some 80 miles of the state.

— ANNIVERSARY ... ALMOST: Tornadoes in Alabama this week came just one day after the anniversary of an outbreak of tornadoes that killed hundreds in the state April 27, 2011.

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