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Now for the weather with Garbielle Parker. There is a record breaking hailstormin Tulsa, Oklahoma. The stones are grapefriut sized and are extremely hazerdous. Let's check in with Olivia Ouimette who is out on the field.
This hailstorm is a firece one with record sized hail stones. Hail is created when supercooled raindroplets collect in a very strong cloud and the other water adds on to the suppercolled water droplets creating a layered effect.
Whoa! Everyone take cover and stay inside! Be sure to take shelter and if you can, park cars undera covered area.
Great idea, Gabby! Hail occurs most commonly May through September and Doppler Radar can be used detect upcoming hailstorm
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