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Nothing too out of the ordinary here, especially if you arent experiencing any leaks or issues. Shingles that have just been laid do tend to do what youre seeing. Give it time and you'll notice the shingles start to adhere better to one another and lay flat(er).

Roofing shingles arent meant to be waterproof barriers, they instead serve as water-shedding devices, meant to direct water flow downwards. You have underlayments, ice and water barriers, valley metals, etc that'll waterproof you roof located under the shingle layer.
 
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