Cuba and Florida hit by tornadoes
Cuba: Tornado Aftermath
People in Havana and across Cuba are clearing debris and dealing with flooding after Sunday night's deadly tornado.
At least three people were killed and 172 people injured.
Some people said the tornado sounded like a jet-engine.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel visited emergency crews around the city and said the damage was severe.
Building damage forced one maternity hospital to evacuate.
Some cars were seen covered in bricks and debris.
Low-level areas along the coast were hit especially hard with flooding.
State weather crews were out Monday assessing the damage to determine the tornado's strength.
Florida: Hialeah tornado damage
A small EF 0 tornado did quite a bit of damage across Hialeah, Florida.
The Sunday night storm knocked down trees and sent debris into some streets, making it impossible to drive.
Several homes were damaged also with strong winds ripping off awnings and gutters.
Winds also blew over at least one trailer.
163 flights were delayed out of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Sunday night with five flights being canceled.
No injuries have been reported.