Large hailstones

Large hailstones

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Credit: ERIC NGUYEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Large hailstones. Hands holding large hailstones and a golf ball. Hailstones are formed inside storm clouds when supercooled water collides with solid objects, usually either dust particles or other hailstones, and freezes around it. Hailstones this size can cause damage to buildings, especially glass roofs and skylights, livestock and crops. These hailstones fell in Moses, New Mexico, USA.

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Keywords: adult, american, caucasian, climate, golf ball, hail, hailstone, hailstones, hand, hands, holding, human, large, male, man, many, meteorological, meteorology, moses, multiple, new mexico, north america, united states, us, usa, weather, white

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