That house didn’t stand a chance against those Texas storm winds. 

To be perfectly honest with you, I tend to question it when I hear government officials say that straight-line winds caused widespread storm damage. A lot of times it seems they may be covering their asses for not sounding the tornado sirens. 

But I will admit that I can be quite cynical at times. So, take any doubts I may have with a grain of salt.

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The video below is a great example of the destructive force of straight-line winds. Watch as the wind knocks that house to the ground in less than 10 seconds. 

Now, a lot of the people commenting on the video are critical of the construction of the home. However, that’s anything but my area of expertise, so I’ll leave that up to others to criticize. 

I’m only interested in sharing severe weather content with my fellow nerds who enjoy going down the rabbit hole of severe weather videos on the internet. I hope you find it as oddly satisfying as I did.

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