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Hail Report Information
Station Number: CO-EP-371
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Station Name: Peyton 8.5 WSW
Date: 6/7/2022 1:25 PM
Submitted 6/07/2022 2:17 PM
Taken at registered location: True
Notes: Precipitation began as a sprinkle at 1:12pm. Large raindrops at 1:20pm. Small 1/8" or smaller hail began at 1:25pm. At about 1:28pm, hail began to get a little larger up to about 3/8". At about 1:35pm hail increased to about 1/2" hail then increased further to 1.0" at 1:37pm then maxed out to 1 and 5/8" or 1.63" at 1:45. Hail ended about 1:48pm and large raindrops fell at 1:53 under bright sunshine. Hailstones were partly opaque and partly clear. Some larger stones had a sharp protrusion (horn) of ice on one side during the fall. There was about a 1–2-minute lull in precipitation events when hail got larger. Since the largest hailstone were few and far between, damage was minimal. If our vehicles had been left outside, we probably would have sustained hail damage. Unable to determine if roof shingles are damaged.
Hailstone Information
Largest Size: 1 1/2" Ping Pong Ball Size
Average Size: 1/2" Grape
Smallest Size: Rice
Stone Consistency: Mixed
Hail Storm Information
Duration Minutes: 18
Duration Accuracy: 2min
Timing: Intermittent
More Rain than Hail: False
Hail Started: After rain
Largest Hail Started: After smaller hail
Damage: minor leaf damage
Hail pad information
Angle of Impact: vertical
Number of Stones On Pad:
Distance Between Stones On Pad:
Depth Of Stones on Ground:
Has Samples: True