Residents of Alabama are picking up the pieces following the deadly tornadoes earlier this week.
Flags at half-staff in Montgomery honoring the tornado victims.
Lee county was hit with the most severe twister, n EF-4, with winds reaching 170 miles per hour.
Seven funeral homes are hosting services for the 23-people who died.
And officials say the community is financially helping those in need.
As clean-up and recovery efforts are underway, residents are bracing for another possible patch of rough weather.
The National Weather service reports severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are possible this weekend