Last night was warm, rainy, and mostly WINDY! We had gusts of 81mph logged at a station nearby. That wind did some damage around but luckily the only 'damage' to my place was that the tarp on my wood pile for this winter blew off one corner and pulled up one side. Anyway - stove wasn't burning but at 3am when I was woken up by the wind shaking the house (felt worse than the last time we had a tropical storm come through) the stove was whistling due to all the wind pulling and pushing through the chimney. I am not sure if it was pushing down or not, but it seems possible. My question is - had I been burning at the time might it have been an issue? Is burning in such high winds likely to cause downdrafts powerful enough to push smoke into the house?