We demonstrate the use of a high‐precision ground‐rotation sensor to subtract wind‐induced tilt noise in a horizontal broadband seismometer at frequencies above 10 mHz. The measurement was carried out at the LIGO Hanford Observatory using a low‐frequency flexure‐beam‐balance with an autocollimator readout and a T240 seismometer, located in close proximity to each other. Along their common horizontal axis, the two instruments show significant coherence below 100 mHz, which increases as a function of wind speed due to floor tilt induced by wind pressure on the walls of the building and the ground outside. Under wind speeds of 10–15 m/s, correcting the seismometer for measured ground rotation lowered the signal by a factor of ∼10, between 10 and 100 mHz. This article describes the instruments used, shows representative data for low and high wind speeds, and discusses the tilt subtraction and possible limitations.