Over the weekend a line of devastating tornadoes hit the midwest and southern United States, leaving paths of wreckage through Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Georgia and Alabama, and ripping children out of the arms of mothers hovering in basements.
According to BBC News for U.S. and Canada, the 90 tornadoes, along with 700 other severe weather reports, took place on Friday.
The storms have caused at least 37 deaths.
Many of the states have declared a state of emergency and President Obama has already requested federal funding to assist in efforts for the affected states.
Generally, March is only the beginning of the tornado season. However, the nation has already seen an increase in storms over previous years.
Last week, 13 people died from the over 50 tornadoes in Missouri, Kansas, Illinois and Tennessee.
With the warmer than usual weather, many weather experts fear this is only the tip of the iceberg.