Marble-Sized Hail Falls On Parts Of North Texas – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a noisy night in parts of northern Texas on Thursday, February 25th, when hail fell from the sky at 8:00 p.m.

“That was loud on the roof,” Moom Sinha told CBS 11.

People from Anna to Frisco to McKinney to The Colony shared videos and pictures of the hail, which was at least the size of marble or a little larger in places.

“A good dose of hail in McKinney around 8:45 am,” said Deb Arndt. “Starting with marble up to boulders. Not as big as a ping pong ball, but big enough to make a few dents in our car! “

Greetings to McKinney (Image credit: Deb Arndt)

“Big hailstorm at 380 and Custer in McKinney, Texas. The size of the grape to quarter fell for about 10 minutes! “Said Dalton Dymkowski.

Greetings to McKinney (Image credit: Dalton Dymkowski)

The Fort Worth National Weather Service tweeted at 7:40 p.m. “Showers and storms are increasing in parts of North Texas. Don’t be surprised if you see a little hail (mostly the size of a pea) from these cells. “

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– Heath DeGroot, PT, DPT (@ Dptheath47) February 26, 2021

Small marble-sized hailstorm in Frisco near Collin College. Took about three or four minutes. pic.twitter.com/NmLEGMFjFK

– Marshal Holliday (@MarshalHolliday) February 26, 2021

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