Tropical Storm Andrea is expected to churn up the Eastern Seaboard, bringing heavy rain, flooding and the possibility of isolated tornadoes from Florida to Maine.
Nick Valenica reports live from Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.
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A group of men who devoted their lives to hunting powerful storms died in the middle of the chase.
Tim Samaras, his son Paul Samaras and Carl Young were killed Friday while following a tornado in El Reno, Oklahoma, relatives told CNN on Sunday. Their work tracking tornadoes was featured on the former Discovery Channel show "Storm Chasers."
They were among at least nine people that state officials reported killed in storms that struck Oklahoma on Friday night. On Sunday, Oklahoma City Fire Department officials told CNN that searchers had found the bodies of as many as five additional victims, but state officials could not be immediately reached to confirm whether the statewide death toll had increased.
READ MORE: At least 16 people are dead across Oklahoma
Oklahoma had barely started clearing the rubble from a monstrous tornado two weeks ago when another rash of twisters plowed through this ill-fated swath of Tornado Alley.
At least 16 people are dead across the state from a vicious storm that spawned at least five tornadoes there late Friday, officials said Monday.
And the death toll may rise further.
Authorities will resume their search Monday for six people still missing, including four who sought shelter in storm drains, Oklahoma City Fire Chief Keith Bryant said.
Dr. Stephanie Barnhardt of the Moore Medical Center describes sheltering from the EF5 tornado. Dr. Barnhardt says doctors were still treating patients until they saw the tornado was headed in their direction.
"The power went out and at that point, we told the patients to get the mattresses," Dr. Barnhardt says. "We were handing out blankets and sat on the floor and ducked for cover."
Rescuer Adam Baker discovered unspeakable horrors when he rushed to search for survivors, including his nephew, at Plaza Towers Elementary School. Pamela Brown says, "He encountered four children buried under the massive debris of the collapsed school, suffocated by its sheer weight."
Baker pulled them out and says he "tried to put them in a row as respectfully" as he could. He says it was terrible, but it was his duty as an American."It's a hole in your heart just to see these little broken bodies," Baker says.
The Plaza Towers Elementary School took a direct hit from the tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma on Monday afternoon. As a result, the lives of seven children were taken. John King tours the school, now in ruins, with Sgt. Jeremy Lewis of the Moore, Oklahoma Police Department.
John Berman has the latest on the devastation and the work that lies ahead for the town of Moore, OK.
Congressman Tom Cole is on 'Early Start' talking with John Berman about the devastation that the tornado caused in his district and home town. The Congressman says that he hopes a non-partisan effort in Washington D.C . is made to get disaster relief to the people effected by the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
On a personal note, Moore Oklahoma is Congressman Cole's hometown; he even served as the groundskeeper at the Plaza Towers Elementary School when he was in college. He said when he went back and surveyed the damage of the school, and he said he 'could not 'recognize' where he was. There was no references left of the school.
CNN's Pamela Brown reports one woman's heroic journey to escape the devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma after giving birth five days prior. Her and her five-day old little boy escaped the tornado unharmed, however their home was destroyed.
CNN's Stephanie Elam brings us one woman's desperate search to locate her beloved dog 'Sugar.'