The survivors of Monday's devastating tornado are pulling together to rebuild their homes.
Tonight visits Oklahoma as it begins to rebuild after Monday's devastating tornado to find out what causes the deadly storms.
Monday's tornado in Oklahoma has left survivors picking through the pieces of their lives - but others haven't been so lucky.
Five people have been killed in the tornado outbreak in the Oklahoma City suburbs, according to the Oklahoma medical examiner's office.
Over 100,000 people are reportedly without power in their homes after the storm caused destruction on a large scale.
Two of the deaths occurred in Union City and one was in El Reno, west of Oklahoma City, according to Reuters.
It has not yet been confirmed where the other two deaths occurred.
The tornado emergency warning issued by the National Weather Service has now been lifted, according to local news channel KFOR.
However, it is reported some 65,000 people have been left without power following the storm.
Video captured from the scene shows the size of the tornado and the storm gathering momentum as it heads towards Oklahoma City.
A mother and baby have been killed after their vehicle overturned between the towns of El Reno and Yukon, Oklahoma, according to news channel KFOR.
Motorists have been hurt and others are missing following the storm that hit the Oklahoma City area, according to the Associated Press.
A tornado emergency has also been declared for parts of Moore, Oklahoma, after the National Weather Service confirmed the storm was approaching that area.
The forecasters added that an emergency had been declared for North Moore and nearby Valley Brook.
The latest emergency comes 10 days after a massive tornado struck Moore on May 20 and killed 24 people.
A tornado emergency has been issued by the National Weather Service for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.
Oklahoma's Will Rogers World Airport also added that 2.000 passengers had been moved into underground tunnels because of the developing threat of the tornado.
A mile-wide tornado has moved west of Oklahoma and is heading towards Oklahoma City, according to Oklahoma television station KFOR.
The tornado's force has overturned vehicles and caused other damage.
The National Weather Service has declared a tornado emergency, which is more severe than a warning, for the area.
The National Weather Service has labelled a tornado developing over El Reno, Oklahoma as a "particularly dangerous situation".
Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport has reportedly been evacuated due to the threat of the tornado, according to CNN News.
Several intense tornadoes could be generated by the storm, according to KAKE Weather forecasters.
Storm chasers captured footage from inside a tornado as winds whipped at up to 175 miles per hours around their vehicle.
Brandon Ivey, who shot the video, and Sean Casey were stationed in a 'tornado intercept vehicle' on May 20 as the storm roared through the farm fields of Smith County, Kansas.
The high speed winds forced the doors and top hatch of the vehicle to rip open, but it stayed on the ground.
The storm hit as a massive tornado struck several hundred miles away, in Moore, Oklahoma.