1. When walking outside, you spend much more than the usual amount of effort staying on course, remaining upright, and not flying away.
2. Your car rocks from side to side, especially when parked or stopped at a light, and the motion feels all wrong for an earthquake.
3. In a festive move, your city has kicked up their fall decorations a notch by arranging a tasteful display of giant tree limbs in the middle of most of your local roads.
4. All the trees in your neighborhood are moving in ways you’ve never seen before, as if they’re taking part in some sort of frenzied tree dance.
5. You vaguely remember having electricity. And not living in a Starbucks.
6. The tree in your front yard has fewer branches than you remember.
7. The fence in your back yard is somewhat less continuous than you remember.
8. Your roof has fewer shingles than you remember.
9. The people who live in the house three houses down from yours appear to have made the unusual landscaping choice of scattering shingles across their lawn. You applaud their good taste in choosing lawn shingles identical to your roof shingles.
10. The next morning, you fail to wake up in Oz.
Update: the electricity came back on early Friday morning.