The Brazos Valley hasn't seen rain since early May. While some were glad to see it, not everyone appreciated the damage left behind by winds that came through.
Around 7:30 Wednesday night, some powerful winds blew the High Country subdivision in Northeast Bryan.
The wind slammed a trampoline through the wall of the Marroquin family's home.
Legs of the trampoline were left sticking through the wall of the master bedroom.
Luckily, no one was home at the time.
The Harris family owns the trampoline, and were left missing part of their roof.
The wind peeled the roof off their laundry room and the family said they had rain pouring in.
To add insult to injury, the Harris family just replaced their roof last week.
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