More severe weather is on the way for the southern Plains on Tuesday as well as parts of the Midwest and the Northeast.
Keep up to date on the severe thunderstorm outbreak unfolding across the Midwest and the Plains by tracking local radars.
More than 20 tornadoes were reported by the National Weather Service with hundreds of hail and wind reports Sunday afternoon through Sunday night.
Smoke from fires in the Yucatan Peninsula will continue to affect parts of Texas and Louisiana for the first part of the week.
AccuWeather.com Meteorologists are tracking severe thunderstorms which are developing across the Plains.
The sirens have silenced and it is time to see the damage. What can you expect to see?
Thunderstorms with hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are pushing through the Plains continuing this weekend and into Monday.
The threat for severe weather will continue east of Wednesday's devastation in Granbury, Texas.
The number of tornadoes is low for spring thus far, but the next tornado threat looks to come this weekend.
A line of violent thunderstorms hammered southern Louisiana early Friday morning, unleashing several inches of rain over the course of a couple of hours, damaging wind gusts and large hail.
Ohio Valley (1860)
Tornado swarm in Ohio Valley hit Louisville, KY, Cincinnati, OH, Chilicothe, OH, and Marietta, OH. Damage totalled $1 million; 4 people killed in Cincinnati.
Memphis, TN (1983)
Freak lightning bolt strikes a man in his neck, runs down his spine, and passes out of a pocket containing keys. The bolt then struck 2 other men nearby before also hitting a tree the men were standing under at a golf course. Miraculously all three men survived.
Orlando, Fl (2005)
High temperature finally reached 90 degrees. This gets a record for the latest occurrence of the first degrees day of the year.