At least 32 people are dead after violent storms swept through the South and Midwest.
President Joe Biden declared a major disaster in Arkansas and sent federal aid to the state after an EF3 tornado tore through Pulaski County with winds clocking in at 165 mph. About 50 people were treated at area hospitals for injuries sustained during the storm.
"We know families across America are mourning the loss of loved ones, desperately waiting for news of others fighting for their lives, and sorting through the rubble of their homes and businesses," Biden said in a statement.
The storm created dangerous winds and a number of tornadoes that leveled towns in its path. At least two children were killed in Memphis, Tennessee after trees were knocked onto homes.
According to the National Weather Service, at least 59 tornadoes reportedly touched down across 11 states.
Another round of severe storms are expected to roll in Tuesday and impact Americans from Texas to Illinois.