Today was probably one day I won't forget for sometime. I am a pilot with the Ohio State Patrol. At the end of the shift, as I was flying back to OSU/Don Scott Field, there was a nasty thunderstorm cell that formed up over top of Delaware and followed me South. As I turned to my final approach sequence to the West, all the lightning and the rain started up and the winds shifted on me to where I was trying to land with the pouring rain and a 10 knot tailwind. It seemed like my airplane floated 3/4 of the way down the runway before I had no other choice but to force it down. It was a rough landing, but I'm here writing about it so I guess it was successful, but I don't think I've ever had so much sweat on my brow as I did tonight since I've been a pilot. Just curious if anybody else had any similar stories, not necessarily to do with flying.