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Old 01-31-18, 09:45 AM   #21
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Interesting graphic. I do understand about the wind loads and power of the wind. Would you have a guess at what weight(if any)you think might be safe?
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Old 01-31-18, 10:08 AM   #22
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Interesting graphic. I do understand about the wind loads and power of the wind. Would you have a guess at what weight(if any)you think might be safe?
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It depends on where the house was located. If it was in a hurricane or tornado zone,
that would make a difference.
Your best bet would be looking into the historical wind data for that area.


Because it's "The Weather", it's an unknown factor. I don't think there is a high-limit on wind speed.
https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/19...station-record

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