Connecticut is no stranger to weird weather, but certain things still make you say, wow!

It's not a once in a lifetime event, but it does give me the chance to say, "Here comes the twister!"

In a story from Fox61.com, the National Weather Service is confirming that a EF-O tornado touched down in North Haven yesterday. According to tornadofacts.net,  an EF-O is a relatively small twister, with winds averaging 65 to 84 mph. It can cause some damage however, and yesterday, it did.

Several homes suffered damage from the storm, which also knocked down trees and power lines. No injuries are being reported from the tornado, but one resident's shed was picked up and thrown 15 feet into a tree.

While it's not a "Hey, Toto. I don't think we're in Kansas anymore" moment, it still would scare the beejesus out of me!

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