What Is the Largest Hailstone on Record?

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The largest hailstone on record measured 17.8 centimetres in diameter and 47.6 centimetres in circumference, almost equal to the size of a football. The stone fell on 22nd June 2003, from a severe storm that affected south-central Nebraska.
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A seven inch hailstone is the largest ever and was found on June 22, 2003 in Aurora, Nebraska. It was seven inches in diameter and 18.75 inches in circumference.
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The largest hailstone on record was 7 inches wide and the circumference was 18.75 inches. It was found during a hail storm in south central Nebraska.
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Yet another record was set in Vivian, South Dakota in 2010! On July 23, a stone 8 inches in diameter, 18.62 inches in circumference, and weighing 1.93 pounds. The largest hailstone
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It depends on what you mean by "largest" as there are a few different ways that is measured. The largest hailstone in diameter was just determined to be a hailstone that
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Nationally, the largest hailstone on record (based on diameter and
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