Rain and high winds continue to impact homes

People are feeling the after effect of 40 mph high winds and heavy rain.

Posted: May 26, 2019 2:32 PM

TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI)—Much of Tippecanoe County, Clinton County, and surrounding areas have experienced heavy rain and with that, high winds. 

On Saturday a system moved through with hail and winds up to 40 mph and it wasn't much different from Sunday. 

People are noticing that while these weather episodes last a short period of time, they leave behind a mess. 

Resident Anita Young watched as the rain and winds blew away fences, trees, and other objects. 

"When I walked around the back I saw the guy behind us trampoline was gone and I was like where did his trampoline go," said Young. "And I looked and it was down four houses."

Below are just a few of the pictures people have shared: 

Courtesy: Christina Salazar

Courtesy: Pamela Dexter

Courtesy: Jill Vigar

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