Southern states left to recover from deadly tornadoes
States in the South on Wednesday continued to recover from yet another day of severe weather.
Tornadoes swept through at least five counties in North Carolina on Tuesday, toppling buildings and causing flash flooding. No injuries or deaths were reported.
The first round of twisters hit the suburbs of Little Rock, Ark., Sunday night, killing more than 12 people. At least 11 more individuals died after severe weather affected areas in Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee on Monday. The death toll from the storms hit at least 35 in the South by Wednesday morning.
Crews continue to restore electricity as scenes of destruction showed homes wiped away, and power lines littered the streets.