"My antenna?" I had a look. It wasn't good news:
A branch had fallen, got tangled in the wires, and was pulling the feedpoint (not shown) into dangerous proximity the power wiring to the house. There are multiple support points that keep the two far apart, but they are predicated on the wire breaking under a large branch or or being able to support a smaller one. This one was Just Right--
I had to cut the branch with a brush saw -- a simple frame with an aggressive blade -- and them wrestle it around to free the wire. It's still stretched, possibly broken inside the insulation. I already needed to do some antenna work and this has made it more urgent.
And we have days of scattered storms and hot, humid weather predicted. There's an old rule that ham antennas work better if you install them during a blizzard. Perhaps it applies if you repair them during the most dogged of dog days, as well.