19 tornadoes touched down from Texas to Oklahoma Monday night, causing widespread damage and keeping millions on high alert.
Many homes and businesses were turned into piles of rubble in a matter of moments.
But it’s not just tornadoes.
Severe thunderstorms and heavy rainfall are also an issue across the region.
And the storms aren’t finished yet.
Flash flooding is threatening more than 50 million people from Oklahoma to Kansas.
Early Tuesday, the weather service issued a flash flood emergency for the Tulsa area.
The National Weather Service in Tulsa urged people in those areas to move to higher ground.
Water rescues were reported overnight in the early morning hours.
Shelters have opened in several counties for those having to leave their homes.
But the Midwest is not out of the woods yet.
Severe thunderstorms, flooding and more tornadoes are in today’s forecast.