In Putnam County, Tennessee, you can see debris everywhere and the power is out.
The National Weather Service says at least 20 homes were destroyed. Putnam County alone lost 18 lives, including 5 children.
Emergency management officials say right now, there is still one unaccounted for person in Putnam County after Tuesday morning's EF-4 tornado. In Nashville, there are no unaccounted for people after an EF-3 tornado.
"Those children lost their lives, families. There are some friends up the road. The Curtis’s, I knew them. We played football, baseball and basketball. It’s just unreal,” said a resident, Roy Hall.
Thursday morning, Putnam County emergency management officials say only tornado victims will be allowed in the severely damaged area there.
On Thursday in Davidson County, we're expecting an update from Nashville officials on cleanup efforts after a tornado tore through parts of the city. Right now, 28,000 people in the city are still without power.
Generators are set up to provide a little light in the Germantown neighborhood. Crews have a lot of work to do in Nashville on Thursday, but there's no shortage of help there.
People are coming together to lend a hand. Most of the people we talked to on Wednesday were helping complete strangers.
We spoke with one group who set up a grill to provide free food outside a north Nashville neighborhood.
"To see the devastation that's taken place, it's heartbreaking, but the thing you find solace in is seeing the community coming together," said Jonas Oglesby.
The big update people are waiting for on Thursday in Nashville is about the power. We still don't know when everything will be back online. A news conference will be held at 10:30 Thursday morning. We will livestream this on WAAYTV.com.