A snowstorm is likely headed for tornado-torn communities in Indiana and Kentucky Sunday, the National Weather Service said in an alert. Temperatures are expected to dip below 30 degrees, which could be a problem for those without heat. Meanwhile, authorities are searching for survivors after a deadly throng of tornadoes killed at least 38 in a second day of storms, the Associated Press reported. Fourteen people were killed in Indiana,19 in Kentucky, three in Ohio, one in Alabama and one in Georgia. Authorities fear the gruesome death toll will rise. The town of Marysville, Ind. is "completely gone," Clark County's Sheriff's Department told NBC News. Tornado warnings were issued Saturday for parts of southeast Georgia, and several small twisters were reported that took down trees but caused no injuries. Parts of northern Florida were also under a tornado watch.