Fort Worth, TX 04-11-2017

Hail Map Fort Worth, TX 04-11-2017

Doppler radar detected Half Dollar size hail near Fort Worth, TX, Waco, TX and Mckinney, TX on April 11, 2017. This hail storm was traveling ESE at 8 mph and the entire storm produced hail for roughly 6 hour(s). There were 42 spotter report(s) with reported max hail size of 2.5″ and an average hail size of 1.29″. We estimate that 82,999 buildings were in the affected area and the probability of hail DHI detected was significant. Based on this information, you can expect to find widespread roof damage, broken glass and automobile bodywork damage in well populated areas.

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Fort Worth, TX 04-11-2017

Hail Map Fort Worth, TX 04-11-2017

Doppler radar detected Quarter size hail near Fort Worth, TX, Waco, TX and Killeen, TX on April 11, 2017. This hail storm was traveling ESE at 8 mph and the entire storm produced hail for roughly 7 hour(s). There were 35 spotter report(s) with reported max hail size of 2″ and an average hail size of 1.22″. We estimate that 68,649 buildings were in the affected area and the probability of hail DHI detected was significant. Based on this information, you can expect to find widespread roof damage, broken glass and automobile bodywork damage in well populated areas.

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2 Inch Hail Near Allen, TX 05-30-2015

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Doppler radar
detected Half Dollar
size hail near Allen, TX, Weatherford, TX and Euless, TX on May 30, 2015. This hail storm was traveling E at
47.67 mph and produced hail for roughly 4 hour(s). Radar reported a max hail size of 2″ and an average hail size of 1.34″. We estimate that 49,210 buildings were in the affected area. 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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4.25 Inch Hail Near Carrollton, TX 05-08-2015

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Doppler radar
detected Egg
size hail near Carrollton, TX, Denton, TX and Flower Mound, TX on May 8, 2015. This hail storm was traveling SE at
16.12 mph and produced hail for roughly 4 hour(s). Spotters reported a max hail size of 4.25″ and an average hail size of 2.21″. We estimate that 50,675 buildings were in the affected area. There were 22 spotter report(s) and the volume 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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4.25 Inch Hail Near Fort Worth, TX 05-07-2015

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Doppler radar
detected Egg
size hail near Fort Worth, TX, Carrollton, TX and Denton, TX on May 7, 2015. This hail storm was traveling ESE at
20.91 mph and produced hail for roughly 5 hour(s). Spotters reported a max hail size of 4.25″ and an average hail size of 2.2″. We estimate that 45,758 buildings were in the affected area. There were 23 spotter report(s) and the volume 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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