This is a small reminder of why to always be ready for the unknown. Simple things such as a well stocked first aid kit, not letting needed medication almost run out before going to the pharmacy, having the means to move obstructions to leave your home if need me. A chainsaw does no good if you don't have gas/oil for it. The's photos are from a small, short lived Cat 1 that occurred about 10 minutes from me. The storm was a week ago, but I wasn't able to get photos then. Quite a bit of clean had already been done. One piece of property had a bunch of smaller pines snapped off about a 1/3-1/2 way up. I was trying to catch someone today to see about getting some of the downed oak, but didn't see anyone outside at the time. As mentioned, there was a good bit more damage than this, but a lot has already been cleaned up. No reported injuries. I'm not sure about the houses further back on the lot pictured with the most damage. I'm guessing the tornado came off of the old lake bed behind it, so they probably got the full brunt of it.