A deadly avalanche left at least 17 people dead and dozens injured when it swept through Mount Everest base camp on, triggered by the massive 7.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal.
The Associated Press reported baseball-size hail was reported near Stephenville, about 70 miles southwest of Fort Worth, and drivers were reporting damage to vehicles.
Evan Myers has details on rain today and warmer weather to come.
At least 3,600 are now known to have died from this earthquake and that number is expected to rise.
Filmmaker Dirk Nienaber captures a bird;s-eye view of Perth, Australia, from the Swan River to Fremantle port and the neighboring countryside.
AccuWeather Twitter followers posted this view of a supercell which produced softball-sized hail near Stephenville, Texas.
A powerful supercell developed near Stephenville, Texas, on Sunday producing grapefruit- to softball-sized hail.
While traveling on Highway 789, a National Weather Service employee captured a hail storm that dumped 1.5 to 2 inches of hail in only 10 minutes on April 25.
This CCTV footage is described as showing the moment the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Kathmandu.
It looks like wind, but it's an earthquake. This CCTV footage is described as showing the moment the earthquake struck Kathmandu.