When I went to the grocery store this afternoon, it was hot and sunny. When I came out roughly an hour later, the sky was dark and ominous and heavy--you Oklahoma residents know exactly what I mean. I thought, "Hmmm. . .if we were in Oklahoma, I'd say there were a tornado watch. But I guess it's just a thunderstorm moving in."
By the time I loaded my groceries, put away my cart, got in the car, and made it onto the highway, there was an emergency weather alert on the radio. What do you know? Tornado warnings! Actual rotations and everything.
Yep, right at home.