Each time the weather picks up and I see Cheyenne on the local coverage I hope you're doing alright, Nick.
The deal with living in tornado areas is keeping an eye on the radar through TV news or radar app, having a go-bag ready and a shelter accessible. We go to the in-laws 1/4 mile away.
A few years ago we were driving home from Chickasha and about drove into a tornado because the NBC, ABC, CBS affiliates were all about to orgasm over calling the first tornado of the year, throwing out all sorts of jargon rather than "the tornado is here, headed this direction". All of the sudden the rain stopped, and the grass laid sideways and debris started blowing across the highway in front of us. I slammed on the brakes and did a u turn, wife flipping through the radio stations for some better sense of what was going on. Found the local FOX station and the meteorologist was calm as a Hindu cow, clear and concise. That's who I pay attention to now. Sorry David Payne, I don't need a meteorology lecture when a threat is imminent.