Yes, but it was very small. It stole some shingles and ripped some screens but no significant damage. Tornadoes aren't common where I live so at first I thought it was a giant dust devil, those are normal in the fall, but looking at it it was made of clouds. It was so weird.
I hope you never have to see another one. I can't imagine how I would feel if there was a big one roaming my community.
I have never seen one, but I have been in one. I My Father, younger sister(9), one of my Father's friends, and I(10) had been heading home when we heard the warning go out over the radio. ( I forget his friend's name.) My dad drove home as fast as he could, reaching the house as the sky started to boil. That's when he realized he lost the key and that the front door was locked. Fortunately one of the windows was unlocked. My Father pushed my sister and I in through the window, we unlocked to door and he put us in the bath tub with his mattress over us, he crouched near us under the part of his mattress that was sticking over the tub and his friend got my father's bed room closet. The tornado passed near out house but never touched it. We went around later helping others who had been hit. My sister and I tied red ribbons on doors of the people who were ok and didn't need help. It was terrifying to see all the destruction and hear it howling outside. Thankfully no one died.
In Alberta, one year when I was visiting family and camping there were reports of three tornadoes landing and from across a field we could see one of them. A bunch of old trees were swaying dangerously so we just waited it out in our cars. It wasn't too bad since all three only took out some crops and never hit anywhere populated.
Yup, I live in Minnesota and we get a lot (compared to other parts of the world, anyways). Last year, there was a tornado on my birthday! It was really thrilling and the tornado itself was beautiful. It's really awe inspiring to see tornadoes. I've seen two or three of the actual columns, but I've "been in" a lot more than that. I can't even describe how beautiful those storms are. The aftermath is often devastating, though... That birthday tornado ripped right through my neighborhood. Across the street from my house was seriously a disaster area. At least four houses had no roofs, and two had their garages ripped right out of the ground and from the rest of the homes. Luckily, no one was hurt in my area.
I was six and looked out the basement window and in the distance i saw the tornado!!! It was so scary but it didn't come close to our house and after it was over we all ran outside to see the sky and it was BRIGHT PINK!!!! it was awesome!!!!!! Besides the tornado of course but i don't think anyone got hurt so that was good!!!
The one that almost happened in London just days after Goderich (although I'm pretty sure it wasn't one) and I was in Seaforth when the Goderich one hit so only 30mins away We got rain, wind and lots of broken branches. I'm glad my family who lived in Goderich at the time was at my place in Seaforth, celebrating my birthday and not in the tornado's path.