hailstorm


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hailstorm

a storm during which hail falls
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They said that the hailstorm badly damaged the standing crops and orchards in areas, including Zeran, Shoblan, Malana, Karman, Mali Kallay and Parachinar town.
Sagar (Madhya Pradesh) [India] February 16 ( ANI ): Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday met the farmers, who had suffered huge loss after the hailstorm situation and ensured that they will receive compensation.
Rain-thunderstorm, snowfall over the hills associated with gusty winds and isolated hailstorm occurred at scattered places in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, FATA, Punjab, Balochistan, Islamabad and Kashmir.
A farmer shows cubes of hail after a hailstorm hit Chhoti Khajoori village on the outskirts of Bhopal yesterday.
KARACHI -- Karachi has received its first winter rain coupled with hailstorm on Monday that turned the city's weather pleasant.
KARACHI -- The K-Electric has claimed that the power supply in the metropolis remained normal in spite of rain and hailstorm.
KARACHI -- Rain with hailstorm turned weather of Karachi pleasant in wee hours of Monday after clouds secretly gathered over the port city.
KARACHI -- The intensity of cold weather has increased in Karachi after parts of the metropolitan were hit by a hailstorm and heavy rainfall in the wee hours on Monday.
Dubai: Children in a Dubai school were excited to witness a hailstorm on Sunday.
by Times News ServiceSeveral inches of hail have also been dumped in Oman's northern region of Musandam, owing to intense hailstorm in the area, according to a local weather enthusiast.
Alexander Akopov, a Ukrainian pilot, was awarded a national medal of courage by Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, for showing exceptional skill at landing a plane last week, whose windscreen was smashed by hailstorm, it was reported Monday.
The monster hailstorm that pounded Colorado's Front Range on May 8th is on pace to be Colorado's most expensive insured catastrophe.