The southeast braced for more severe weather on Monday after an outbreak of tornadoes swept across the region on Sunday, killing two people in Louisiana while flooding is being blamed for one death in Texas. There were 10 reported tornadoes from Saturday to Sunday and lightning, hail and heavy rain in Texas and Louisiana. Francine Gotch, 38, and her daughter, Neville Alexander, 3, were killed when a tornado destroyed their home in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana on Sunday. The National Weather Service confirmed it as an EF-1 tornado with winds of 100 miles per hour. Fifteen structures were damaged and two were destroyed in Franklin Parish, Louisiana, on Sunday.