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(Sky.com)   That's not a hailstone. "This" is a hailstone. Crikey   (news.sky.com) divider line
    More: Scary, Storm, size of a hand, Precipitation, Samantha Caporn, social media show hailstones, severe thunderstorm, Thunderstorm, Australian Bureau of Meteorology  
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2021-10-19 2:41:44 PM  
That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

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the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.
 
2021-10-19 3:01:35 PM  
The hail you say!
 
2021-10-19 3:02:16 PM  
Mmmmmmm

Megacryometeors
 
2021-10-19 3:08:56 PM  

cretinbob: That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

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the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.


Agreed however last time it happened to me i didn't own a cell phone. Mid 90s, Fort Worth, destroyed a bank building downtown. I was trapped on 820 because cars were blocking the highway sheltering under the overpass.
 
2021-10-19 3:21:39 PM  

cretinbob: That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

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the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.


Either that, or they're under attack from the Ice Giants.
 
2021-10-19 3:34:10 PM  
This is fake.  I can tell because the hail isn't venomous.
 
2021-10-19 3:36:43 PM  
I clicked expecting the ice to be blue...
 
2021-10-19 3:53:54 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: cretinbob: That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

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the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.

Either that, or they're under attack from the Ice Giants.


I was assured that Odin had handled all the Ice Giants.
 
2021-10-19 4:08:19 PM  

SMB2811: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: cretinbob: That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

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the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.

Either that, or they're under attack from the Ice Giants.

I was assured that Odin had handled all the Ice Giants.


Odin's dead.  Hela out front should'a told ya.
 
2021-10-19 6:11:03 PM  

cretinbob: That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

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the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.


Sure it is but nature is choosing to engage in a snowball fight with us. I say we warm this rock up to remove that option from her arsenal.
 
2021-10-19 6:14:12 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: cretinbob: That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

[s.w-x.co image 655x368]

the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.

Either that, or they're under attack from the Ice Giants.


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2021-10-19 6:24:46 PM  

cretinbob: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: cretinbob: That's what they call grapefruit sized hail

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the convergence area over Texas and Oklahoma can see it. It's not terribly uncommon.

If it becomes frequent in Australia, where it seems to be rare, that is another indicator the climate is changing.
The climate is changing.

Either that, or they're under attack from the Ice Giants.

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Ah, the Ice Warriors of Mars!  Yes!

... Either that, or Bobby Drake is drunk again.
 
2021-10-19 6:33:28 PM  
Queensland kidney stones are even larger.
 
2021-10-20 1:10:19 AM  
In before that stupid giant hailstone on top of the car picture.
 
2021-10-20 9:28:09 AM  
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