I recently moved from the Dallas Fort-Worth area. There are many things I miss about Texas, but the apocalyptic thunder storms are definitely not one of them.
Last night, some of those storms ripped through the North Texas area, and eye-popping pictures began appearing on my Facebook feed from my Texas friends. I stared at them over and over again, because they just don’t look real.
If you live in the Dallas, Texas area post your hail pictures. Ready, set, go! pic.twitter.com/Xa77T7wvWw
— Amanda Quinn (@AmandaQuinnUSA) March 27, 2017
That’s a freakishly sized ball of ice. Countless just like it fell from the sky, wreaking havoc on roofs, cars, siding, windows, and more.
Yikes! Highland Village and Denton saw baseball sized hail just dropping from the sky.
Roofers and insurance companies are probably pretty busy today.
Did you get hit by hail last night?
— CBSDFW (@CBSDFW) March 27, 2017
Here’s what these devastating ice-bombs looked like coming down into a pool. It sounds pretty much what you’d expect giant balls of ice falling from the sky to sound like: chaos.
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