Parts of Colorado in south-west America are struggling with a mass outbreak of tumbleweed due to ongoing droughts in the area.
Brought on by dry spells and heavy winds, the tumbleweed have caused havoc - blocking roads and leaving some people trapped in their homes.
According to local paper the Gazette, tumbleweeds even clogged the water canals at a steel plant in the state, with the "soggy brush" causing an estimated $300,000 in damage.
The paper says that a regional advocacy group, Action 22, has been conferring with representatives from several government departments over how to deal with the outbreak.
There's a little good news for Colorado residents, however - some forecasts show rain is expected on Sunday.