With parts of the U.S. recovering from deadly tornadoes, more heavy storms are making their way across the South.
A half-mile-wide tornado carved an 80-mile path of destruction through the Little Rock, Ark., suburbs Sunday evening. It was part of a rash of storms that killed people in Arkansas, Iowa and Oklahoma.
On Monday night, people in the path of a huge system were on edge as the National Weather Service posted tornado watches and warnings around Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia.
Here is a gallery of images from the severe weather.
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