Volunteers who`ve been donating their time are forced to take a break after last night`s wet weather. Friends and family of tornado victims randy and darrel howard have been working non-stop for three days trying to clean up what`s left of the two farm homes, but today the heavy machinery stood still. The fires used to burn debris were barely flickering due to soggy grounds. For now volunteers are waiting for the weather to dry up...so work can soon resume. "Unfortunatly more rain last night, but it will get done and things will dry out. We will get those bulldozers going and just keep cleaning. Everything will just get better," said Randy Hibbs. Workers say they will stick it out until all cleaning is complete to help their friends start over.