LITTLE ROCK, Ark, (KTHV) -- Nearly 48 hours after the deadly storms, there are still thousands of people in the dark. Power companies have restored electricity to hundreds of customers, but say some more serious cases may take until Sunday night.
There are a lot of people finding creative ways to sustain themselves, without electricity. They have no hot water, no television, but some say they are not willing to leave there homes.
A sight of pride has turned into a headache for Kevin Witt. The large oak trees that attracted Witt to his Little Rock home fell damaging property on impact.
"I think we're still in shock it's something to come out and see something that you've seen everyday instantly gone," says Witt.
Now he and his family are without electricity, and water.
Saturday afternoon his street Serenity Drive is anything but after clashing with what experts now say was an EF-1 tornado.