An enormous tornado measuring a half mile in diameter tore through parts of Oklahoma on Sunday. The large twister was just one of many tornadoes to sweep through the central U.S.
According to local media, at least one person has been killed. The aftermath shows homes and businesses reduced to timber in an area just outside Oklahoma City.
Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska are all in the path of the storm, which could produce up to 80 mile per hour winds, and baseball-sized hail.