Last week we had 2 thunderstorms in the afternoon 2 days in a row. On each day there were 2 seperate roof leaks in 2 different locations. I never had leaks before so this was kind of a surprise. I went into the attic immediately each time and I noticed where the leak was coming from. Fortunately I have wood slats and not plywood, so the leak could not have traveled as far. I narrowed it down to where 2 roofs meet ( there is a section on each side of the house). I put captions on the pics. I could not find any holes or anything that caught my eye. One thing that did was that the gutter was pitched up to a point that it pushes up the shingle at the edge, causing water to pool on the shingle. So I lowered it down and ran a hose for a good 5 minutes and did not notice any leaks. I hope this was the problem. These were torrential downpours so maybe this was "the perfect storm" and just a fluke. My question is is it ok for the gutter to pitch toward the roof so the shingles are pitched more downward.Also is it worth it for me to call a roofer or are there no guarantees he will find the leak.