Well my roof is still standing, although apparently we didn't realize how bad it was. Thanks to my sister whose basement flooded and she called her insurance company, it dawned on me that we should call our insurance company regarding our roof damage due to the snow and ice amounts we received this year. We have never made an insurance claim before, so I had never thought of it, but this is why we have insurance for when these things happen.
We figured we had a couple of broken trusses and were just going to fixit ourselves, however last night they came out with a restoration specialist contractor and refered to our roof as collapsed. Awesome.They figure the tin on our roof and our patio door wall are what are holding this addition on our home up. That could explain why when M went up on the roof to shovel I could see the ceiling moving. It could also explain the noises we heard during the thaw of wood creaking and popping.
What is next? A structural engineer is coming out to further assess the damage, as they don't want to cut a hole without being advised where it may be safe to do so or where they need to see best to make their assessment.
Glad I called. Our addition includes our kitchen and great room.
So now we wait, but you bet I will keep you all informed.