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I thought I was dreaming but the neighbors also woke up at 4 AM, and also saw it and heard it falling. Amazing! The rain was most welcome and it freshened everything up but I honestly never thought I would see hail here.

I did google and research it and how and why. I am still gobsmacked though :D
 

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I thought I was dreaming but the neighbors also woke up at 4 AM, and also saw it and heard it falling. Amazing! The rain was most welcome and it freshened everything up but I honestly never thought I would see hail here.

I did google and research it and how and why. I am still gobsmacked though :D
Hail is not uncommon during thunderstorms here, in the Lake Pátzcuaro area. Usually in the summer rainy season, but I think we had a brief, freak hailstorm in March of this year.
 

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Hail is not uncommon during thunderstorms here, in the Lake Pátzcuaro area. Usually in the summer rainy season, but I think we had a brief, freak hailstorm in March of this year.
We had a long out-of-season hailstorm in Mexico City in March that actually killed a couple of my potted flowering plants.:mad:
 

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I'm surprised that anybody is surprised that hail is part of thunderstorms in the bajio. Yes, we also had hail yesterday afternoon but nothing like the volume & size of the more freakish hail storm earlier this year. When you are 5-7000 ft above sea level, there doesn't need to be much of a warm cold circle to create hail.
 
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