Noel, MO 03-22-2017

Hail Map Noel, MO 03-22-2017

Doppler radar detected Half Dollar size hail near Noel, MO, Sulphur Springs, AR on March 22, 2017. This hail storm was traveling ESE at 18 mph and the entire storm produced hail for roughly 1 hour(s). Radar reported a max hail size of 1.25″ and an average hail size of 1.25″. We estimate that 5,526 buildings were in the affected area and the probability of hail DHI detected was significant. Based on this information, you can expect potential damage to fruit, crops and vegetation, but not much else (Impact Rating 1).

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Fayetteville, AR 03-10-2017

Hail Map Fayetteville, AR 03-10-2017

Doppler radar detected Ping Pong Ball size hail near Fayetteville, AR, Tahlequah, OK and Neosho, MO on March 10, 2017. This hail storm was traveling ESE at 35 mph and the entire storm produced hail for roughly 6 hour(s). There were 55 spotter report(s) with reported max hail size of 3″ and an average hail size of 1.68″. We estimate that 115,727 buildings were in the affected area and the probability of hail DHI detected was significant. Based on this information, you can expect widespread, severe damage to tiled roofs, automobiles, and aircraft over highly populated areas. Risk of personal injury is also high, and is often accompanied by other severe weather events (wind, tornadoes).

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Fayetteville, AR 03-10-2017

Hail Map Fayetteville, AR 03-10-2017

Doppler radar detected Ping Pong Ball size hail near Fayetteville, AR, Branson, MO and Pittsburg, KS on March 10, 2017. This hail storm was traveling ESE at 30 mph and the entire storm produced hail for roughly 4 hour(s). There were 58 spotter report(s) with reported max hail size of 3″ and an average hail size of 1.67″. We estimate that 107,151 buildings were in the affected area and the probability of hail DHI detected was significant. Based on this information, you can expect widespread, severe damage to tiled roofs, automobiles, and aircraft over highly populated areas. Risk of personal injury is also high, and is often accompanied by other severe weather events (wind, tornadoes).

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