About 730 we got warning. They showed the tornado circulation on the weather radar with predicted track. The predicted track is a cone of possible routes. At the first cone we were dead center of the cone with about 45 minutes till it would reach us. Luckily as the track progressed the cone kept moving south. Finally we were out of the cone. It finally touched down and was at the surface for about 8 miles, much of it over the bay. My neighborhood never lost power. Here is the path. It first touched down about 5 miles ESE of us.