Severe storms ripped the midwest over the weekend, killing at least six people, injuring dozens more and leaving hundreds of thousands without power, according to a story from USA Today.
According to the story:
National Weather Service officials confirmed that several tornadoes touched down in Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky...
Just how many tornadoes hit was unclear. According to the National Weather Service's website, a total of 65 tornadoes struck, most of them in Illinois. But meteorologist Matt Friedlein said the total might fall because emergency workers, tornado spotters and others often report the same tornado.
For more information, see the entire story from USA Today here.