Tornado, inch long hail and hurricane winds form Hawaiian storm

Huge Hailstone Sets Hawaii Record
[Via Climate Progress]

Record-setting hailstone from the Hawaii ‘supercell’ thunderstorm that hit Oahu on March 9. Credit: NOAA.

by Jeff Masters, via the WunderBlog

A hailstone with the diameter of roughly that of a grapefruit that hit Oahu on March 9, 2012, has been confirmed as the largest hailstone on record for the state of Hawaii, according to NOAA.

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Just a reminder than even paradise can get really bad weather, every once in a while.

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