At least seven people were killed Wednesday in a deadly storm system that swept across the South and Midwest. Several tornadoes touched down in Indiana and Mississippi, where three people were killed.
Two more people died in Tennessee in the unseasonably warm storm weather, while a tree blew over onto to a house in Arkansas and killed an 18-year-old woman.
Rescuers also pulled a 1-year-old who was trapped inside the Arkansas home. Officials were still searching for missing residents overnight.
Some 14 tornadoes touched down in Mississippi, with three landing at the same time at one point in the northern part of the state.
Georgia was under a flood watch through Friday evening with more than 4 inches of rain expected, according to the National Weather Service. Read more at NBC News.