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F1: Sheet metal shed pliable.
F3: Shed completely removed and tied down (bolt pulled through).
F2: Why not?
F1: F0 if shed unanchored. F1 at most for any shed.
F2: Only a shed.
F3: Bent bolt, well constructed.
F3: Shed seems terribly aerodynamic.
F2/F3: Shed was "light" even though gone, and could have acted as a sail.
none: Can't rate shed damage. Fujita scale does not apply.
F3: Bolt pulled through eyelet of sheet-metal shed tie-down -- shed gone! However -- severe damage in immediate periphery.
F2: Shed anchored. Bolt pulled through anchor.
F2: Bolt with washer stripped! Wellanchored (but relatively light) structure removed.
F1: Tin shed.
F1: Sheds, even anchored, cannot withstand high winds.
F3: I don't know enough - just a guess.
F0: Flimsy building -- wouldn't take much to blow it over.
F4: Shed tied down well, gone.
F4: Winds around 150 mph.
F2: Sheet metal loading responsible for sheared bolt.
F3: Anchored better than houses.
F2: Small tin building only, despite anchoring.
F1: Minimal damage.
F3: High profile light structure, weakness between anchoring cable and anchor.
F2: Not sure of wall-frame connection.
F3: Lower F3. Well-anchored, but sheet-metal construction.
F2: Grazulis says barn removed = up to F2. Never more. Surrounding damage suggests F2-F3.
F3: Not held down but with cables.
F1: Metal sheds have a low weight to high wind ratio.
F0: Basically straight winds could blow it to pieces.
F4: Even with anchoring, building completely blown away.
F2: Shed = mobile home?
AUDIENCE DAMAGE RATING STATISTICS FOR THIS SCENE:
Lubbock Scene 3 Sample Size 62 Min F Scale: 1 Max F Scale: 4 # F Scales: 4 Mean F Scale 2.3515625 Standard Dev- iation of F: 0.9581853 Norman Scene 3 Sample Size 104 Min F Scale: 0 Max F Scale: 5 # F Scales: 6 Mean F Scale 2.245192 Standard Dev- iation of F: 0.932153 St. Louis Scene 3 Sample Size 27 Min F Scale: 0 Max F Scale: 4 # F Scales: 5 Mean F Scale 2.4444444 Standard Dev- iation of F: 0.9337