Inside the Storm: Volcanic eruptions continue to plague Hawaii
In Hawaii, fissure 18 continues to be explosive, making it look like bombs are going off.
The fissure is throwing smoke plumes, molten rock and lava hundreds of feet into the air, while sonic booms shook homes almost a mile away.
A large "gustnado "and dust storm rolled across Central Illinois ahead of a severe storm's front.
Winds were estimated at 60 miles an hour as the storm blew through.
Further south, 80 mile an hour winds in Hollis, Oklahoma blew apart a barn and blew debris 100 yards away, with rain still coming down in sheets.