A teen couple had a prom night to remember, thanks to an enormous tornado that photobombed their pre-prom photo!
Panicked beachgoers watched in horror yesterday as a waterspout-turned-tornado sent a bounce house flying 20 feet into the air.
At least 13 deaths have been reported in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee from a storm system that's spawned tornadoes and damaged homes as it moves across the South, threatening millions in its path, officials said.
The months of April, May and June are the most active for tornadoes. Maria Molina spoke to former Navy Seal and survival expert Cade Courtley about surviving a tornado if you're on the road.
There have been some reports that underground storm shelters, or safe rooms, in Moore, Oklahoma, did not hold up during yesterday's massive tornado that devastated the community.
Many of course did withstand the storm, including one that saved a man, his wife and children.
Megyn Kelly discussed the basics of storm shelters, which are effectively small bunkers where a family can huddle with some basic supplies until a tornado passes. The door on top is supposed to be able to withstand the tornado's tremendous winds. She went over the main issues with Dr. Irwin Redlener of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness and Ric Rhodd, VP of Hausner Inc, the largest provider of storm shelters in Oklahoma.
Earlier, authorities said at least 51 people were dead in Moore, Oklahoma, following a massive tornado.
Now, the medical examiner says they have 24 bodies. According to Reuters, the previous number resulted from "chaos" and double-counting of fatalities.
Fox meteorologist Rick Reichmuth is on the ground amid the destruction in Moore, Oklahoma, where a massive tornado tore through the city yesterday afternoon. He spoke with Billy Verge, a man who rode out the storm in his home and luckily came out of it unharmed.
We got the latest update on the tornado devastation in Moore, Oklahoma, from Public Information Officer Sgt. Jeremy Lewis. At least 51 people were killed when the massive tornadoes, packing 200 mph winds swept through the town yesterday afternoon. Officials expect the death toll will rise, but Lewis said right now it is too difficult to pin down exact numbers.
Lewis said crews are still going through debris in large areas to identify possible survivors or fatalities.
Retired US Army Sgt. Troy Gamble is a resident of Moore, Oklahoma where a massive tornado caused death and destruction on Monday. He spoke to Fox News’ Alicia Acuna and shared the story behind an American flag that he put up amid the debris that was once his home.
Earlier on America's Newsroom, we heard from storm chaser Reed Timmer, who was part of a group that got amazingly close to one of the tornadoes that touched down this weekend in Oklahoma. Timmer, of TVnWeather.com, said he believes the city, near Oklahoma City, dodged a major bullet and described it as a "miracle" that just one person died.