When the movers arrived at the former Inner Drive Technology World Headquarters yesterday morning, they remarked that it looked like I had everything organized well and they would hit their estimate. Mother Nature disagreed, giving us drenching rains that halted loading the truck for half an hour, and following up with this when we unloaded:
[T]he weather service issued a tornado warning for parts of central Cook County, activating sirens throughout Chicago, but no touchdowns were reported. That warning expired at 5:15 p.m. after the storm moved over Hillside and Westchester and weakened as it moved east.
A spotter at Midway International Airport reported seeing a funnel cloud about a mile east of the airport, heading east. There also was a report of a funnel cloud forming south of Millennium Park about 5:20 p.m., according to weather service meteorologist Bill Nelson.
I may have video at some point, and I still have some Italy photos to put up. And today, of course, is Parker's birthday, so I'll try to get a birthday portrait this evening.
Now I have to catch up on work.