Unbelievable Hail Storm in Texas

April 15, 2012; 6:48 AM ET
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Unbelievable Hail Storm in Texas

Storified by Accu Weather · Thu, Apr 12 2012 08:22:39

National Weather Service Amarillo:
We received this photo showing just how deep the hail was in northern Potter County.

Facebook commenter Casey Criswell wrote "There was 3-4" of pea-size hail and major flash flooding. You're looking at a deposit of hail (wow, it floats) left behind by the flood. The "fog" is a ton of ice melting on a still warm day. It's happened all over TX over the years."
We received this photo from earlier this eveningFacebook
@spann wow check out the hail drift near Masterson Texas yesterday http://yfrog.com/oc900ljjTommy Self
Hail Closes a Portion of U.S. 287 in Texas, picture from Texas DOT http://www.srh.noaa.gov/ama/ http://pic.twitter.com/Sxzo8EcPNWS
That is hail on Highway 287 north of Amarillo yesterday. That is just crazy!!! http://pic.twitter.com/J9QJ9EGFKarla Kinikin
Crazy reports out of the Amarillo area along HWY 287..hail drifts covering the ground 4 FEET DEEP! Snow plows called out to clear streets!Jeff Jamison
Major Hail Storm in TX Panhandle - RAW FOOTAGEpronews7
#Hail between Amarillo and Dumas, TX. Courtesy of Monica Mireles. http://pic.twitter.com/VlGwiLBmAlabamaStormSpotters
Traffic is backed up for miles and now that the hail is melting flooding is occurring. Here's 2 photos. http://twitpic.com/98nx8pPete Delkus
amarillo texas hail storm april 201269littlebear69

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