So, yeah, there was a strong wind blowing and it lasted for more than 40 minutes. And the howling was scary...
|Half an hour later, there was a loud crash and this tree branch fell. Luckily the roof held and there was no car parked below.|
|When the storm abated, all was well until I noticed the kitchen's counter top was dirty. I had cleaned it more than an hour before. Which means, the wind was so strong, it kept blowing at the windows, freeing up any blocked debris in there.|
|So, any utensils that was not covered were affected.|
On the next morning, it was time to go to work and survey the damage. I did not go out the evening before as the sky grew very dark within minutes. Although the wind was fierce, the rain that came with it was surprisingly mild.
|The debris in front and all the while, I can actually feel the wind coming from the bottom at very high speeds.|
|The clean up crew will have their work cut out for them today.|
|Lots of debris|
And so, this is my first time weathering a Windy Kuching Storm. And with the strong howling, I was very afraid of the glass imploding without warning and getting shards of them in my face.