1. Above, piles of cars and remnants of homes are scattered along Cemetery Street in Vilonia, Ark., April 28, 2014, a day after a tornado struck the town. (AP)
  2. Update, 6:30 p.m. EDT: A 15th death has been confirmed in Arkansas, a spokesman for Gov. Mike Beebe's said, bringing the death toll from Sunday's tornado outbreak to 17.
  3. Update, 6:20 p.m. EDT: Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton says there were several people injured in Monday's tornado, though none of the injuries appear to be life-threatening. Damage to homes and businesses, however, is extensive, Shelton said.
  4. Dramatic tornado near Quapaw, Oklahoma
  5. Vilonia, Ark., April 28, 2014. (AP)
  6. Update, 5:12 p.m. EDT: Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant told Wolf Blitzer that as many as four tornadoes have been spotted on the ground in his state. The National Weather Service confirmed there is "multiple tornadic activity" in progress in Mississippi, with the threat of the storms moving across to Alabama.
  7. WTVA TV in Tupelo evacuates due to approaching tornado
  8. Update, 4:45 p.m. EDT: Matt Laubhan, chief meteorologist for Tupelo's WTVA-TV, was on the air when the he was forced to evacuate the studio.
  9. Update, 4:30 p.m. EDT: The latest map from the Weather Channel shows a tornado risk area stretching from Louisiana to Tennessee.
  10. Update, 4:20 p.m. EDT: Images uploaded by storm chasers (@stevenheicher above, @tabithahawk below) appear to show damage from an apparent tornado near Tupelo.
  11. Update 3:45 p.m. EDT: WLBT-TV's David Kenney reports that a tornado has been spotted on the ground near Yazoo City, Mississippi, northeast of Tupelo. The National Weather Service has since confirmed the report.
  12. A resident walks under damaged power lines in Baxter Springs, Kan., April 28, 2014. (Orlin Wagner/AP)
  13. Update, 2:00 p.m. EDT: Heartbreaking stories, like this one via the Associated Press, are beginning to surface:

    Karla Ault, a Vilonia High School volleyball coach, said she sheltered in the school gymnasium as the storm approached. After it passed, her husband told her their home was reduced to the slab on which it had sat.

    "I'm just kind of numb. It's just shock that you lost everything. You don't understand everything you have until you realize that all I've got now is just what I have on," Ault said.


  14. A concrete slab and rubble is all that is left of a home in Vilonia, Ark., April 28, 2014. (AP)
  15. Update, 1:30 p.m. EDT: A sliver of good news out of Arkansas:

    VILONIA, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas governor's aide says state death toll revised to 14, as 2 victims were counted twice.
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