Fast-moving storms ripped through the Southeast over the weekend, spawning tornadoes that flattened parts of North Carolina. The storm killed at least 45 people in six states, including Virginia, Oklahoma, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas.
In today's Gotta Watch, we're looking at the aftermath of the devastating weather system that crippled the region.
Inside the storm – Get an inside look of the storm that killed 22 people in North Carolina and leveled parts of that state. The damage was so severe, it nearly wiped out an entire rural town.
Split-second decisions – When a tornado had a Lowe's hardware store in its sights, employees had little time to shepherd customers to safety. They worked quickly, saving dozensÂ of lives in the process.[cnn-videoÂ url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2011/04/18/exp.am.intv.lowes.cnn"%5D
Tornado tackles Mississippi – From a safe distance, a local captures video of a twister quickly making its away across a Mississippi reservoir.[cnn-videoÂ url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/weather/2011/04/15/madison.county.tornado.cnn"%5D