How Big Can Hail Get?

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Some of the smallest hailstones measure no more than 0. 2 inch(approximately 0. 5 centimeter);the largest are about the size of a grapefruit. They can fall as round balls or as cones, disks, stars, or even as doughnut shapes.
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The size of peas to the size of golf balls to the size of baseballs to the size of a minivan i guess if your unlucky Hail is usually quite small, as it is just icedrain, but it can
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Ice has a specific gravity of about 0.92. If you assume the piece of hail is a perfect sphere, then it would have to be about 1 foot 7 inches in diameter: 4/3*pi*r^3=2.1ft^3 0.92*
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The largest hail can get naturally is about the size of a grapefruit. The largest size is approximately 4 inches in diameter. The largest size of hail ever recorded was 7 inches in diameter.
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Some of the smallest hailstones measure no more than 0. 2 inch(approximately 0. 5 centimeter);the largest are about the size of a grapefruit. They can fall as ...
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