Where does hail come from?

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Hail comes from the sky. It is rain that has frozen due to a thunderstorm. This happens when the rain is caught in the updraft wind and quick freezes before it falls to the ground.
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Hail is simply just frozen raindrops and are developed in thunderstorms. Hail is created when raindrops systematically and briskly fall downward then back upward several times before finally falling to earth and can be as small as raindrops and as large as softballs.
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