In this photo, you can see that some of the shingles on the slope are missing tabs and showed signs of wind damages.
Ridge cap shingles are often the first to go during a windstorm.
Here, you can see the facia metal has been separated from the wood framing behind it due to high winds.
In this photo, you can see more evidence of wind-damaged shingles. When tabs are lifted by the wind, they often leave a crease in the shingle when it lays back down.
Here, you can see evidence of water pouring through the soffit. This is almost definitely caused by a roof leak.
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