At least three are dead after a number of powerful tornados ripped across the Southeast, touching down in Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana.
According to the BBC, two people were killed by overturned mobile homes in a Convent, Louisiana trailer park where 90% of the mobile homes were destroyed. A third person was killed in Lamar County, Mississippi, NBC reported.
The storm system moved swiftly up the eastern seaboard Wednesday, hitting Georgia, Alabama, both Carolinas and Virginia. Two additional lives were lost in Virginia, the Associated Press reported.
The storm system uprooted trees and brought mayhem in a march of destruction.
"It is a jumbled mess," Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards told NBC. "These travel trailers were picked up, moved a considerable distance and really blown apart, torn apart. There are heavy-duty F350 pickup trucks back there that were just mangled."
On the ground, though, the photos said so much more.
Feb. 24, 4:25 p.m. Eastern: This story has been updated.