If you were around Ontario yesterday and managed to open your door without it flying off it's hinges, you would knowing it's been pretty windy for the past 24 hours. Wind reached insane speeds of 104km/h in some areas yesterday and with those kinds of numbers come some pretty interesting events to say the least.\nAll of Ontario was basically a war zone with kayaks flying through streets and street signs coming off their hinges. So naturally, we're going to rank the most insane photos and events that happened last night because why not?\n@kfc you dropped a bucket! #windy #HamOnt pic.twitter.com/e6JIutA0Qp\n— P Di Sabatino (@Dsab21) April 4, 2018\n11. The Fallen KFC Bucket\nI cannot be the only one who feels like this photo looks uncharacteristically dramatic for a fallen food sign.\nWild is the wind #onstorm pic.twitter.com/JUP76OXlyX\n— Susana Molinolo (@foodplayground) April 4, 2018\n10. A casual tree snap\nThis is probably not the first you've seen of a tree snapped in two from yesterday, you probably even saw some in person if you were brave enough to tool around Ontario during the storm.\nWind damage #Brampton #onstorm pic.twitter.com/NZ2VB9lOFL\n— Michael Cnudde (@Mcnudde) April 4, 2018\n9. Up-rooted... literally\nOk, there is a tree snapping from the wind and then there's wind that's so strong it literally uproots a tree from the ground. This looks like something from a scene in the Hulk or something.\nA sad casualty of today's wind storm\n8. "wig !"\nYesterday the saying "wig flew !" took on an entirely knew literal meaning. Though this photo leaves so many questions- did the owner chase after their wig? Did they ever find it? Did they give up on the spot and just accept it as a casualty to the storm?\nThe wind yields for nothing!! #windy #onstorm #onwx @RegionWaterloo pic.twitter.com/cFkjjxMTsr\n— Dan Lauckner (@vidman) April 4, 2018\n7. Sign\nThe wind:\nVia Know Your Meme\nCome on down to @Lowes, we have plenty of sturdy shed.... Nevermind.. #OnStorm pic.twitter.com/QaI4hzAloF\n— TJ Connors (@tjconnorstweets) April 4, 2018\n6. R.I.P shed\nThere's something poetic about a home improvement store's shed being one of the first to go in a windstorm.\nSo it’s windy in #Toronto No problem, my mom didn’t need her door. pic.twitter.com/cWZmrmBURj\n— Jane Burke (@jburketweets) April 4, 2018\n5. Breaking and entering\nYesterday when you opened your door and it flew open to which you thought it may have snapped but didn't? Yea a lady actually had that happened yesterday.\nWhiteout conditions and powerful winds blowing through Elora, Ontario at this hour @weathernetwork @CTVKitchener #onstorm #onwx pic.twitter.com/Z6MSUWGNNX\n— Ontario Weather (@OntarioWx) April 4, 2018\n4. Ontario's first sandstorm\nWhy have one kind of storm when you can have them all? Windstorm? Sure! Sandstorm? You got it! Throw in a little snow too because why not!\nLiterally just happened ... 😂😂😂 #ONStorm pic.twitter.com/UQgsF71eNl\n— Mr & Mrs Normouss (@DixxieNormouss) April 4, 2018\n3. Titanic 2.0\nMinus Jack, and an actual boat. Mostly just a really big wave and a lot of concerned people as to why this lady decided to park her car in front of Lake Ontario during a wind storm.\nVia TorontoPoliceCar\n2. The flying kayak\nNope, this is totally normal and casual, nothing to see here folks just a FLYING KAYAK.\nVIDEO: When fierce winds roar through #Oshawa ... wait for it... via Cher Young @CBCNews @CBCToronto @weathernetwork | #ONStorm #ONWind #WindWarning pic.twitter.com/Jzj1BUYIVD\n— Jeff Harrington (@JHarringtonTV) April 4, 2018\n1. The city: literally falling apart\nNo, I was not being dramatic at the beginning, the wind was so bad it was literally ripping the bricks off of this woman's house.