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Ask Marilyn: Why Does Water Inside Move When It's Windy Outside?
Augie Cammarata of Brick, New Jersey, writes:
Marilyn: Why does the water in my bathroom bowls become agitated when it's windy outside?
Because your living structure, whether it's a single-family dwelling or a big apartment building, is swaying in the wind. They're designed to give a little. If they were rigid—like a concrete bunker, for example—they would be more susceptible to structural damage in high winds.