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Shot Date OR Airdate: April 11, 2016
This is the same storm that went on to drop softball sized hail in Wylie, Texas in the DFW Metroplex. This was about 45 minutes before Wylie was hammered.
The baseball hail begins to fall around 1:26 in the video.
Damage footage begins around 4:25 in the video.
Amazing hailstorm in Bowie/Sunset, TX; rode it out downwind from a gas station as 3-inch hail came down like rockets. Over a dozen cars in the gas station area lost windows. Not a dent for me, was downwind of the awning as the hail rocketed over.
A tornado-warned storm hammered Bowie/Sunset, TX destroying vehicles at a gas station off US-287 between Bowie and Sunset. Hail measured at 3-inches came down like rockets while people huddled under the gas station. Wind-driven hail blew out windows in nearly a dozen different vehicles at this location.
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METEOROLOGIST TONY LAUBACH