I’m in the central Texas area just east of San Antonio. We spent all day Saturday and Sunday in what was the eye wall of Harvey once it reached its northernmost point. We did not have the catastrophic damage that the coastal cities and now Houston is having, but the wind was constant and damaging. Most farmers and ranchers don’t build sheds and barns to withstand hurricane or tropical storm force winds up here, and lots of us have older tin sheds and roofs for livestock cover from the extreme heat. Insurance coverage is scarce for these types of structures as well because we assume we can handle repairs as necessary. At our ranch we had major damage to older tin sheds that couldn’t withstand the wind. I do hope there will be some relief available to assist in cleanup and replacement costs.