Severe storms woke up residents of Springdale, Arkansas during the early morning hours on Wednesday when what is believed to be an EF-3 tornado tore through town.
Several businesses and homes were destroyed as the twister traveled over five miles through neighborhoods. Drone footage shows bedrooms open to the sky because the roofs and walls no longer exist.
FOX Weather's Robert Ray arrived just after sunrise and found a warehouse the size of a football field twisted and ruined and trucks toppled.
The terror experienced in Arkansas was similar to what residents saw in St. Joseph, Missouri just the day before.
The National Weather Service believes and EF-1 tornado peeled the roof off a home.
Mississippi saw the brunt of the system with more than a dozen Tornado Warnings issued in the state on Wednesday.
FOX Weather was just a block from the Governor's home and had to take shelter from the nearby storm.
Just outside the city, homes and businesses bore the brunt of the possible tornado.
A possible tornado in Cleveland, Mississippi knocked down ancient trees.
Severe thunderstorms dropped 1.5 inches of rain in just a half-hour turning stairs in Sumrall, Mississippi into a waterfall.
The storm system will continue marching east. The threat for strong to severe thunderstorms stretches from New York State to Florida on Thursday.