Video continues emerging of the power of storms that recently devastated several states in the central part of the country.
At least 16 people are dead across the state from a vicious storm that spawned at least five tornadoes there late Friday, officials said Monday.
A meteorologist from The Weather Channel is nursing minor injuries after the "tornado hunt" car in which he was riding was thrown some 200 yards by a tornado in Oklahoma.
Authorities say nine people died during the storm, and more than 100 people were injured during a burst of severe storms and tornadoes on Friday night.
The number of fatalities attributed to last week’s EF-5 tornado in Moore, Okla., has been lowered, according to the National Weather Service.
The fresh twisters Friday evening killed at least five people, less than two weeks after a monstrous tornado made rubble of the town of Moore, a suburb of Oklahoma City.
A fatal twister swept through the suburbs of Moore, Okla. Monday, May 20, destroying nearly everything in its path.
A two-mile wide EF5 tornado touched down in Moore May 20 killing at least 24 people and leaving behind extensive damage to homes and businesses.
An EF-5 tornado killed 24 people when it hit Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013.
Click here to see photos and information about the victims of the deadly tornado in Moore.
Photos of the tornado aftermath in Moore, Oklahoma.
The tornado is estimated to be at least 2 miles wide. It destroyed countless homes and buildings.
Photo gallery of storms, severe weather May 20, 2013
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To the right are the paths of tornadoes over the years in the Moore, Oklahoma area.
Red: May 3rd, 1999 Tornado Path
Blue: May 8th, 2003 Tornado Path
Green: May 20th, 2013 Tornado Path
You can see how a portion of the 2013 storm (green) overlaps the 1999 storm (red), which was an F5 tornado that did around 1.1 billion dollars in damage. 36 people died in that storm and 8,000 homes were badly damaged or destroyed.