Second Day In A Row Giant Hail Bombs West Texas.

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GRLevel3 Base Reflectivity Monday At 4:30 PM MDT.
Softball size hail was occurring at the time of this image.


For the second day in a row parts of West Texas once again was bombed by giant hail.

At 4:30 PM MDT/5:30 PM CDT, the public reported that golf ball, tennis ball, and softball size hail was breaking the windshields on vehicles 15 miles northeast of Gail, in Borden County.

At 5:41 PM MDT/6:41 CDT, a spotter reported tennis ball size hail (2.5" in diameter) 6 miles south of Fluvanna, in Scurry County.

At 5:50 PM MDT/6:50 CDT, the Emergency Manager reported tennis ball size hail (2.5" in diameter) in Fluvanna.

At 6:12 PM MDT/7:12 CDT, a storm chaser reported ping pong ball size hail (1.5" in diameter) 6 miles south of Fluvanna, in Scurry County.

At 6:40 PM MDT/7:40 PM CDT, the Mesonnet automated weather station located 3 miles west-northwest of Fluvanna, in Borden County, reported a measured thunderstorm wind gust of 77 mph.

Please click on the link above to see additional severe weather reports in the Midland National Weather Service County Warning Area that occurred yesterday.


At 3:45 PM MDT/4:45 PM CDT, Law Enforcement Officals reported baseball size hail broke out a windshield 2 miles north of Post, in Garza County on Hwy 207.

At 5:52 PM MDT/6:52 PM CDT, an amateur radio operator reported baseball size hail (2.75" in diameter) 2 miles west of Dickens, in Dickens County.

Please click on the link above to see additional severe weather reports in the Lubbock National Weather Service County Warning Area that occurred yesterday.

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