Barns knocked flat, trailers ripped to shreds, power lines on the ground and tress on the road. This is what you'll see if you drive through Bath County.
The damage is the aftermath of Wednesday's storms. Several people are again without power (electricity had just been restored from the ice storm) and many more are working to pick up pieces of their homes and their lives.
The Emergency Management Director, Stephanie Stewart, says crews will be working round the clock to clean up, but she can't say for sure when things will get back to normal.