No, damage or injury - thanks. We had about 5.5" prior to this storm.
I've got 3 skylites on the house and I was definitely watching that action but no cracks no leaks. The pool level dropped about 5" overnite so I now have a problem there. With my luck it'll be in the pipes underground.
Funny thing is, I moved here from Las Vegas NV 3 years back - that's a fun place for flash floods - and the first year we were hammered with rain - 17 or so inches. Everyone tells me "Oh that was so unusual!". Next year wasn't too bad. Last year? Hammered again! Half inch by the start of July and 15 inches by Sept.
The bad part is when it's all set up by a half inch of rain the day before. Saturates the ground too much for these gully washers.
I love when the City Council defends their lack of flood control (spending) with statements like "But that only happens once every 100 (or 500) years - that's why it's called a '100 year flood' event".
I'm pleased to see the "Special Weather Statement" running all morning. Can't wait for this next one...