Oklahoma is known to have some crazy ass weather. Tornadoes in the spring, droughts and extreme heat in the summer, pre-winter blizzards, ice storms in January, crazy blizzards after winter... Even a hurricane-like hail storm a few months ago.
Now? We have decent sized earthquakes. 5.6 magnitude to be exact; the strongest in the state's history according to the Oklahoma Facebook page. We have apparently had 9 so far today.
I have officially now survived 2 earthquakes (at least 2 that I have felt) and countless tornadoes/ice storms/floods.