Not quite sure where to put this but with all the weather just wanted to share a thought. Late yesterday afternoon, a mother and her 16 yo son were killed, daughter critically injured, where we live during the severe storms and tornadoes in South Central Kansas.
In the storm they pulled off US 281 into a driveway under cottonwood trees. Huge tree uprooted and fell on their SUV. Anyway they lived in our community and they should have remembered never ever park under large trees.
Please just review the rules for severe weather and don't take chances.
Kansas tornado joke: How can you tell when there's a tornado in Kansas?
Answer: Everyone's outside with their phone taking pictures to send to TV.
If the Tsunami that hits the OR coast is over 1.5 feet, i'll probably lose internet for a bit. Our DSL is in a box by the road at sea level, and would do poorly in a wave. I'm at over 100 ft up and there is no risk here.