DAVIS COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 - Utah) Friday was a day of clean up after major winds blew through Davis and Weber counties.
Thursday night brought winds up to 80mph through neighborhoods that toppled fences, transplanted trampolines, and knocked over trees.
“We got some really big gusts,” said Adam Herrera. “It almost felt like the house was going to fall down.”
Herrera’s house did not fall down, but his fence wasn’t so lucky.
“There's no playing football out here with the street,” said Herrera.
Kenneth Miller did not see any damage, but damage from other houses blew right into his yard.
“I get a lot of things, picked up a book, couple of bottles,” said Miller.
The high wind advisory is set to expire at noon on Saturday, but could end earlier as winds begin to calm down throughout the night.