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post Thursday, 11:59 PM
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I like hailstones as they can fall even.in mild weather, bringing ice to the ground even if it is above 10 degrees Celsius, also they can sometimes coat the ground like snow.

Also if they accumulate enough like this during a hailstorm



Then who needs snow.
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post Yesterday, 12:05 AM
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I am not really a fan of hail! Mainly due to how uncomfortable it is when the pellets hit you. There were hailstones not too long ago here - about a month ago I went out to take pictures for Uni, and it started raining which soon became hailstones falling on me instead. Never witnessed hail that has actually stayed on the ground for very long, though! Perhaps that would look quite cool. It's just, when I think of hail I think of uncomfortable encounters of it suddenly pelting it down rapidly.

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Caesar.

This looks so much like an introduction thread.

(hail is fun to watch, but I prefer white snow)
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Every once in a while you get these sudden, pretty big hailstones here. Mostly I've probably been lucky enough to be indoors when it's happening, but not always. I remember in particular last year when these huge hailstones just suddenly started shooting down for ages, it's a miracle my windows didn't break laugh.gif
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QUOTE(Slade @ Dec 2 2016, 12:05 AM) *
(definitely read this thread title as 'haii' at first)


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post Yesterday, 12:16 AM
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Also hate it hitting your head laugh.gif rain is bad enough. At least it isn't wet I guess. I suppose it's uncommon enough here to be interesting when it does hail, in a way it's patter on the windows is soothing. Also if it hails enough I can make snow-like balls out of it magic.gif (I don't hit anyone with them though, of course teresa.gif )
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QUOTE(Christmattias :/ @ Dec 2 2016, 12:11 AM) *
Every once in a while you get these sudden, pretty big hailstones here. Mostly I've probably been lucky enough to be indoors when it's happening, but not always. I remember in particular last year when these huge hailstones just suddenly started shooting down for ages, it's a miracle my windows didn't break laugh.gif


What country is your 'here'? In the UK and Ireland big hailstones are very rare.

I like the fact that hailstones can fall in the summer sometimes too smile.gif

No I haven't witnessed big accumulations like in the photo I posted. But in some places in America it can sometimes last for long enough to form accumulations as much as snow.
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QUOTE(Emperor Blizzard @ Dec 2 2016, 12:17 AM) *
What country is your 'here'? In the UK and Ireland big hailstones are very rare.

I like the fact that hailstones can fall in the summer sometimes too smile.gif

No I haven't witnessed big accumulations like in the photo I posted. But in some places in America it can sometimes last for long enough to form accumulations as much as snow.

I live in Ireland. So yeah, they weren't as huge as it may be more common in other places, but they were probably the biggest I have seen myself. And I believe it was actually in the summer indeed!
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post Yesterday, 12:30 AM
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QUOTE(Christmattias :/ @ Dec 2 2016, 12:19 AM) *
I live in Ireland. So yeah, they weren't as huge as it may be more common in other places, but they were probably the biggest I have seen myself. And I believe it was actually in the summer indeed!


You must be west coast or north coast, those places get the most hail. I am from Belfast so there is hail sometimes there.
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QUOTE(Emperor Blizzard @ Dec 2 2016, 12:30 AM) *
You must be west coast or north coast, those places get the most hail. I am from Belfast so there is hail sometimes there.

South East. tbf it's not THAT common where I am
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QUOTE(Christmattias :/ @ Dec 2 2016, 12:34 AM) *
South East. tbf it's not THAT common where I am


The south east of Ireland has the driest weather on the whole island, I think.
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Not a fan of hail.
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post Yesterday, 12:49 AM
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Every hailstone is unique too, like snowflakes are.


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QUOTE(CHOCOLATE BANTA @ Dec 2 2016, 12:16 AM) *
Also if it hails enough I can make snow-like balls out of it magic.gif (I don't hit anyone with them though, of course teresa.gif )


You can even make hailmen out of hail....


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Not here for hail. My brother's car is covered in dents from a hailstorm, the hail tore up a bunch of buildings too. I suppose it gives roofing companies plenty of business, but otherwise what a nuisance.
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