At least seven people were killed, several were injured and extensive damage was reported Thursday as tornadoes and extreme weather rolled through the Southeast U.S.

At least six people were killed when a string of storms and tornadoes tore through central Alabama.

In Georgia, a tree fell on a vehicle during a severe storm, killing a passenger inside.

At least 20 homes in the county were damaged or destroyed.

The National Weather Service reported 33 different tornadoes on Thursday across the country as of Thursday night.

The storm system comes as Californians are enduring a series of atmospheric river storm.

The twister likely was on the ground for at least 50 miles and caused damage in seven counties across the state

Almost 140,000 customers in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolinas were without power as of 9:30 p.m. ET