Tennis sized hail balls hit Australia

With stormy weather, Queensland witnesses the hail storm with hails as big as a tennis ball. The storm was severe and something unusual and scary for the residents.
The meteorologist Lauren Pattie said that we don’t see severe storms on this scale. He further said, “For us to get a number supercell thunderstorms all with large giant hail, significant wind gusts and the damage from that, across that wide area is exceptional.”
Reportedly a roof collapsed and several photos and videos of damaged cars and houses were shared on social media.
Electricity was cut off and trains from Nerang and Kuraby were halted on their way.’The storm came in less than a week of a two days storm which delivered rain a month’s worth and flash flooding in some parts.
The weather bureau warned of further severe thunderstorms.

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