Last night, massive
Take a look at the tweeted
Here is the record setting hailstone, shortly after it fell near Bethune, CO yesterday. Today, @NWSGoodland measured the stone at 4.83" in diameter and it weighed 8.5 ounces. Obviously, a little melting from its original size, but still beats the old state record of 4.5" #cowx pic.twitter.com/wjHCweQ1oq— Brian Bledsoe (@BrianBledsoe) August 14, 2019
The crazy part is that pattern didn’t change much, if at all. Tennis balls fell on the same location the
Not record setting tonight, but the same family that endured the record setting hail last night had another round of hail tonight. This time, about tennis ball size…and unfortunately window damage. @NWSGoodland @ColoradoClimate #cowx pic.twitter.com/yNlLZqDvFi— Brian Bledsoe (@BrianBledsoe) August 15, 2019
Hail stones are caused by strong updrafts, which cause droplets to
You can read more about the hail at the Denver Post.