Recent Examples of hailstorm from the Web
Eventually, Farmer’s wants to create more simulated homes with different kinds of damage like from hailstorms.
Advertisers getting major guff from their customers don’t want to continue to take a hailstorm of criticism from those who don’t like anything but total loyalty toward the flag.
What country musician Caleb Keeter saw Sunday night in a hailstorm of bullets in Las Vegas changed his mind, set for many years, about gun control.
Austria Severe hailstorms and extreme heat and drought conditions didn’t do significant damage to the vintage, according to the Austrian Viticultural Association.
The dam has burst, the charges are coming as if in a hailstorm now, and each day brings news about alleged predators or more allegations against those already named.
Possible hailstorms and strong winds were predicted throughout the rest of Sunday and Monday.
More than 500 people were injured after a 64-year-old gunman released a hailstorm of bullets into the site of the Route91 Harvest festival.
Because of devastating spring frosts, hailstorms, and heat waves, France overall will harvest its smallest crop since World War II, which translates into less wine and, naturally, higher prices.
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