UP FRONT DISCLAIMER to lower stress levels: We are fine. Not even property damage.
I grew up four counties west of where I'm living now. Quite a distance in culture, but I didn't think so far in terms of geography or meteorology. This isn't even my first spring in SW PA. I survived last winter's three foot snowfall and all the rest just one county away. So, you know, I thought I kind of had a handle on the weather.
We had thunderstorm and tornado warnings go up around two this afternoon. Not so unusual. So, I opened the window and door (so I could hear high winds; with all the trees and hills the odds of me seeing a funnel cloud in time for it to be useful are about nil) and mostly didn't care. I'd just gotten done tweeting that a tornado was very unlikely when SOMETHING hit the skylight. Hard. So I went to the back window to look.
After, the Goober and I went outside to take a look at the husbeast's truck, and I found this:
After the report of a mine flooding someone's BASEMENT on Monday, this just tops it. It is official. I live in Weird Land.