Canada Hailstorm Grapefruit And Baseball Sized Hail Stones Smash Dozens Of Vehicles People Said Amazing
Canada Hailstorm: A strange incident happened in Canada on Monday...
Canada Hailstorm: A strange incident happened in Canada on Monday due to heavy hailstorms for 10 to 15 minutes between the tornado that came with the storm. Huge hailstones the size of a grapefruit and the size of a baseball fell. Due to this hailstorm, the windows of about 34 vehicles were shattered. Many passengers were stuck on the way where they were. People were stunned to see such huge hail. People have shared its pictures and videos on social media.
hailstorm after tornado
According to CBC News, there was heavy hail after a tornado in Alberta, a western province of Canada. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said the storm lasted about 10 to 15 minutes and damaged about 34 vehicles. Several people also received minor injuries. He told that the tornado came and suddenly hail the size of a baseball started falling. Seeing such huge hail, people got scared and many vehicles collided with each other.
Glasses of many vehicles were broken, people got injured
Many people on social media shared pictures of their cars after the storm. Photos showed damaged windshields and damaged vehicles. A user shared a video in which hailstones were seen falling from the windshield of his car as people inside covered their heads with their hands. Sharing the video, the user wrote, “Last night 5 km south of Gasoline street, there was a terrible hailstorm for 17 minutes.”
People said – it was amazing
According to Newsweek, the sheer size of the hail has caused concern. Julian Brimello, executive director of Western University’s Northern Hell Project, even suggested that this be a new record. He said he had received reports of “grapefruit-sized and softball-sized hail”. He also said that the size of many hailstones was more than 10 cms..
— Gibran Marquez (@GibranMarquez7) August 2, 2022
Such incident may happen again in future
In addition, the NHP Field Project also tweeted some of the hailstones that were collected. Showing a plastic bag filled with hail, the tweet read, “Recap of yesterday’s mission to #ABwx for WesternUNHP.” Experts warn of more intense hailstorms in the future due to climate change, according to the outlet.
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