SHAWNEE, OK (CNN) -- Tornadoes destroyed homes and tossed trees around like toothpicks as powerful storms ripped through Oklahoma and the Midwest on Sunday and Monday.
And the destructive weather, which killed at least two people, isn't over. Baseball-sized hail, wind gusts and tornadoes could pummel parts of the central Plains and Midwest through Monday.
"Today could be potentially as dangerous as yesterday," CNN meteorologist Indra Petersons said Monday morning, pointing to a wide swath of the country spanning from Texas to Michigan. "We're talking about 500,000 square miles under the gun for severe weather."
As they braced for more possible storms, residents in the hardest-hit areas were combing through rubble where their homes once stood.
"My mind is like, blown, completely blown," said Jessie Alexander, 21, who found that few pieces of her childhood home in Shawnee, Oklahoma, were still standing Monday.