1. General: "Wind Safety of the Building Envelope" is a great little introduction to what wind can do to roofs, and how designers can take this into consideration. This article is on the Whole Building Design Guide site, which is maintained by the National Institute of Building Sciences.
2. General: "Windspeed by Location" - lets you look up windspeeds by location to determine design wind loads as they relate to various design standards (ASCE 7). Excellent tool, provided by the Applied Technology Council.
4. Codes: See "SECTION 1609 WIND LOADS" in the 2015 International Building Code for wind zone-related design considerations. Available on the UpCodes website. See below for information on residential buildings.
6. Technical: "Dynamic Wind Testing of Commercial Roofing Systems" is a great article that explains how single-ply roof membranes interact with the wind. Excellent illustrations. Available on the website of the National Research Council Canada.
7. Technical: "Wind Effects on Asphalt Shingles" is a thorough, well-sourced, and well-illustrated technical paper made available by Haag Engineering. Gives you a good understanding of the subject, and helps with identifying wind-related roof damage.