Severe storms and tornadoes ransacked the South Sunday night into Monday, destroying homes and claiming lives.
The storms have been producing golf ball-sized hail and wind gusts greater than 60 mph. There have been 21 tornado reports from the strongest storms.
In Arkansas, tornadoes were reported in Cleveland, Dallas, Lonoke, Prairie, Arkansas and Crittenden, Ark. Overnight, tornadoes were also reported in Chickasaw and Lauderdale, Miss., and Dickson, Tenn.
Deadly tornadoes struck Alabama early this morning, including the Tuscaloosa, Ala., region, which is an area still cleaning up from a large and devastating tornado that struck in April of 2011. Strong winds ripped the roof off of a home in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Tornadoes touched down in parts of Jefferson County, Ala., as well. According to local news, two people have been killed and others have been injured.
In Jefferson, one of the tornadoes destroyed several homes in the Paradise Valley area around 4 a.m. ET.
A tornado is believed to have destroyed a radio studio and transmission tower near Clanton, Ala. around 8:00 a.m. ET.
Multiple trees and power lines were downed by high winds, while fences and metal buildings were ripped apart near Millbrook, Ala., around 9:00 a.m. ET.
In all, more than 100 people were injured by the severe storms.
The threat for severe storms and tornadoes diminished by the midday hours on Monday.
Radar image of Alabama
Radar image of Georgia
A line of thunderstorms moved across the Mississippi Valley Sunday night.
As of 8 p.m. CST, a tornado was confirmed 4 miles northeast of Fordyce, Ark., moving northeast at 55 mph. Local law enforcement reports trees down. 2 house damaged on highway 8 northeast of Fordyce, Ark. No injuries were reported.
Amateur operators report soft-ball sized hail 4 miles south of England, Ark. Additionally, 2.75 inch (baseball-sized) hail was spotted in Griffith Spring, Ark. by local law enforcement. Golf ball-sized to baseball-sized hail was reported in Newport and Brinkley, Ark.
Amateur radio operator reported two funnel clouds 10 miles southeast of Hazen, Ark. around 8:15p.m. CST.
Golf ball-sized to baseball-sized hail reported in Newport and Brinkley, Ark.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists were tracking a large tornado 25 miles west of Watkins Corner, Ark. moving northeast at 55 mph.
A tornado was reported on the ground one mile west of Burks, Ark.
A tornado was reported on the ground by storm chasers four miles northwest of De Witt, Ark.
Law enforcement reported a tornado on the ground at the junction of highways 11 and 165, 2 miles east of Lodge Corner, Ark.
National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for Little Rock, Ark.
60 mph wind gusts and pea-sized-hail were reported in Campbell, MO around 9:16 p.m., local time.
A trained spotter reported a tornado on the round near Trebloc, Miss.
A possible tornado was reported in the city of Dickson, Tenn.
AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Bill Deger has more information on how this storm formed and where it will go.
Warmth is forecast to build over much of the eastern half of the nation by July, with Alaska of all places helping out.
The storms could affect cities from St. Louis to Evansville, Ind., Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio to Huntington, W.Va.
A tornado touched down at Denver International Airport as a severe weather system moved through the area.
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A slow-moving tropical depression will continue to bring torrential rainfall and the risk of flooding to parts of southeastern Mexico, Belize and Guatemala into midweek.
Some of the warmest weather of the year will continue across Alaska over the next few days, challenging more records.
Indianapolis, IN (1992)
The control tower at the airport was evacuated early in the morning during a severe thunderstorm. One-inch hailstones fell, a 62 mph wind gust occurred, and a tornado was spotted two miles northwest of the airport.
Elizabeth City, NC (1991)
2.83" of rain in 2.5 hours.
West Salem, WI (1998)
High winds downed a circus tent, injuring many people.