Long night...two separate tornadoes & thankfully both missed us by a few miles, one to the South and another even closer to the North occurring less than an hour apart. Trailing storms kept us all on edge for several hours. We were very fortunate, but a neighboring town took a hit on it's outskirts with injuries and one fatality and great property damage, 100 homes lost. May is typically our worst month for tornadoes here in Oklahoma. Hail damage associated with these storms produced grapefruit sized ice stones which went right through roofs & into the living areas of homes. Vehicles parked unprotected outside were totaled. The only secure place is underground during these weather events and early warning. Natural catastrophes put our normal daily activities in proper perspective. Rick C.