High Wind Storm
Understanding Storm Damage. High winds can tear and remove shingles, leaving the roof deck, underlayment or old shingles from a previous roof exposed to the elements. ... Hail can leave dents or pockmarks in shingles, dislodging the protective granules that protect against rain and sun damage.Even when a storm produces no rain or hail, your roof can still sustain damage. ... While roofs are designed to resist typical wind loads, they can be incrementally damaged over the years by high winds and debris carried by the wind.
Heavy winds caused shingles to blow off. Which allowed rain to collect in attic and caused damage to ceiling in every room. Insulation and drywall had to be removed.