The east Norman tornado of 26 February 2023 left the sign piece at top in my yard, and I knew the unmistakable source immediately: a Sinclair station exactly two miles to the southwest. That linear distance was much less than actual flight path, after being blown out, broken up, lofted vertically, swirled many times around the tornadic circulation, and dropped from the vortex’s back side. Our house was in this fast-traveling tornado, on the weak (northwest) side, and suffered no harm, though trees on the lot broke. Houses to the right of the centerline had EF2 damage. This was the second tornado over our house in 14 years, the last also busting trees but not damaging the structure. This also is the second multipanel Image of the Week, after a 2021 tornado series from the Texas Panhandle.