Teen Mom Jenelle Evans asks fans to 'pray for us' as tornado is predicted to hit her hometown

TEEN Mom star Jenelle Evans asked fans to "pray for us" as she was on storm watch on Monday.

The 28-year-old said, "There might be a tornando,"(sic) as she watched the weather on her local news station.

She had been living in Tennessee, since splitting with David Eason but moved back to North Carolina last month.

Tornados killed 32 people over the weekend in the Deep South, as they tore a deadly and destructive path from Texas and Arkansas, across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia and into the Carolinas and Tennessee.

Jenelle spent the Easter weekend with Eason and their children, in the wake of their split drama.

The once-estranged couple also seemed to be getting along well with Jenelle's mother Barbara, who joined them for the occasion.

Jenelle had cute photos from an Easter egg hunt featuring her children Jace, 10, and Kaiser, five, as well as her youngest daughter Ensley, whom she shares with ex David, 31.

The MTV reality star shares Jace with her ex Andrew Lewis from her 16 And Pregnant days, while she shares Kaiser with her ex-boyfriend Nathan Griffin.

David's 12-year-old daughter Maryssa, from a previous relationship, was also there for their blended family day and  looked as if she were having a great time.

"#HappyEaster from our family to yours! #StaySafe and hope everyone had a great day," Jenelle captioned.

"I cannot begin to say how happy I am that everyone got along today! If you’ve been following my story since I was 16, you would think this day would never come!" Jenelle wrote against a second photo.

"Home cooked meal by my mom, David having normal conversations with my mom, dyed some eggs with the kiddos, and hunted for more eggs. Today couldn’t have went any better. Here’s to new beginnings! Again #HappyEaster to all of you!"

Jenelle revealed last month that she reunited with David after separating and moving away for five months, and filing for divorce.

"Me and him are deciding to work things out right now and we’re taking it slowly,' she said in March in a YouTube Q&A. 'Yes, I know I came back to North Carolina. Yes, I’m living here permanently now."

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