Hailstorm in our Mist


Last noon there were hailstorm IN SINGAPORE!

Now I’m pending for snow!

Nothing is impossible! Gaga

Hail is a form of precipitation which consists of balls or irregular lumps of ice (hailstones). Hail is a type of snow. Hailstones on Earth usually consist mostly of water ice and measure between 5 and 50 millimeters in diameter, with the larger stones coming from severe thunderstorms.[1] Hail is only produced by cumulonimbi (thunderclouds), usually at the front of the storm system, and is composed of transparent ice or alternating layers of transparent and translucent ice at least 1 mm thick. Small hailstones are less than 5 mm in diameter, and are reported as SHGS. Unlike ice pellets, they are layered and can be irregular and clumped together.

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