What's incredible is that there doesn't seem to be much damage other than some blown-down fences. This is a populated area (large office buildings, supermarkets, housing) at this was just as children were walking home from school in the afternoon. We were very lucky today.
We're being pelted with heavy rain, hail and wind at the moment, but compared to what we had earlier, I'll take it. I will say taking cover in our finished basement is much nicer than the muddy storm cellar we had on the farm. The weather radio, and outside sirens started blaring, and having been hit by a tornado back in 2008, I don't take chances. We took cover and watched the tornado on-line from the safety of a cement-walled basement.
This is a good time to take the opportunity to recommend purchasing an emergency weather radio. You can't always rely on the sirens going off (in time, or at all) and it is the best $30.00 you can spend for ensuring your safety. You know, in case this happens...
That was pieces of the neighbour's hay barn hanging high in the tree on our front lawn in 2008. The remainder of the barn landed on the Volvo. They're solid cars, but they can't really withstand a barn.
Anyway, take the weather warnings seriously, and stay safe.