Rounds of showers and storms continue to push across the region. This action is packing a lot of lightning and heavy rainfall. Flash flooding is possible through Wednesday.
The damage is widespread, from reports of homes and businesses destroyed to trees and power lines down. Friday's storms left a lot of cleanup in several Kentucky counties.
The biggest mess is in Casey County, where an EF2 tornado flipped mobile homes, ripped roofs off houses and damaged businesses. The National Guard has been called in there to help with the cleanup.
An EF0 tornado also hit in Breckenridge County, damaging mobile homes and barns. Kentucky's Division of Emergency Management also reports damage in Hardin County, where a 52 by 32 foot barn was blown away.
In Larue County a metal pole barn was destroyed. The home on that property was also damaged when a utility pole fell on top of it. Homes and barns have also been damaged in Marion and Monroe counties.
The state is also trees down in Pulaski County and flooding in Trimble and Union counties.