Tornadoes tore through Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky on Sunday,
They were part of a dangerous line of fast-moving storms that ripped through the Midwest.
There were six confirmed fatalities due to the storms.
According to the weather service, 70 tornadoes were reported across Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri, though that figure likely includes duplicates.
At least 10 states were in under severe weather alerts, as tornado watches were posted from Michigan to Arkansas.
Hundreds of thousands of people were left without power throughout the Midwest.
Here in Terre Haute, high winds tore the roof off of Inland Aquatics on Ohio Street just west of the court house.
No one was injured.
Duke Energy reports that as of 10 p.m. Sunday night there were still 45,000 people without power in Indiana.
Currently there are approximately 24,000 customers without power in Northern Kentucky and Ohio.
To report a Duke outage call 1-800-343-3525