Hurricane Irma had some impressive winds that literally ripped roofs off buildings in Florida. Here are a few videos circulating if roofs being destroyed by Hurricane Force winds in Florida.
RT SarasotaMagazin "RT SNNTV: Check this out… winds ripping part of the roof off of Dry Cleaning To Go in Downto… pic.twitter.com/QZe2enT2p8"
— Mary Vargo (@MaryVargo1) September 10, 2017
Pretty intense wind storm.
— The Points Guy (@thepointsguy) September 10, 2017
This Gas station roof was torn to shreds as reported
— ABC News (@ABC) September 11, 2017
Even had a roof collapse in St Pete
— Sarah J. Hollenbeck (@SarahHollenbeck) September 11, 2017
The other major roof damage from wind came from trees falling on houses.
— Courtney Jasmin (@CourtneyWESH2) September 10, 2017
So the hurricane made a tree fall onto my room in our new house & caused the roof to collapse while I was in there pic.twitter.com/Mi9I3GqV0O
— Tyson (@MichaelBrookx) September 10, 2017
Fortunately the Hurricane died down much quicker than anticipated.
The Hurricane was quickly downgraded once it made land fall, but really made for some destructive force winds.