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Flat lining
As operatives of The Note watched various businesses pick through the refuse of what was their offices, showrooms and warehouses we couldn't help but be touched by common themes in the places we witnessed with the most damage.
Number one was the preponderance of flat or slightly sloped rooves at the most damaged sites we spotted. Too often the rain made its way under the exterior roof and collapsed the interior ceiling.
Skylights seem to have been big victims, and the bigger the skylight, the bigger the mess.
Oh, and anyone who had their car parked facing north was most likely to lose their back window to the hail.
There must be some feng shui theory in that?

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