List of where the biggest hail fell in Minnesota Monday

List of where the biggest hail fell in Minnesota Monday

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Nowadays you know that large stones on sites around the west and north north occurred during Monday's bad weather, but now we have a list of where the largest hailstones were reported.

The largest was the medium sized stones that fell from a heavy thunder in Delano, as shown in the photograph above.

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These 4-inch ice balls were reported across Delano, where 3-inch berry stones also fell from the sky.

This is the list where the largest stones fell, from Ballintubber to Delano and up through the northern suburbs of the metro. Note that the biggest hail fell in remote locations, so if you live in Brooklyn Park, for example, and if you did not get 3-inch hail, it is so completely normal.

  • 4.0 inches – 2 miles SSW of Delano
  • 3.0 inches – Delano
  • 3.0 inches – Independence
  • 3.0 inches – Brooklyn Park
  • 3.0 inches – Ramsey
  • 2.5 inches – Waterville
  • 2.5 inches – Corcoran
  • 2.5 inches – Maple Grove
  • 2.0 inches – Blaine
  • 2.0 inches – Lake Forest
  • 1.75 inches – Anoka
  • 1.75 inches – Loretto
  • 1.75 inches – Lake Ham
  • 1.75 inches – Medina
  • 1.5 inches – Orono
  • 1.5 inches – Plain Plain
  • 1.25 inches – Plainview
  • 1.0 inches – New Hope
  • 1.0 inches – Elysian
  • 0.75 inches – Mayer
  • 0.75 inches – Hastings

Large trees were dewatered and it was reported that trees in Savage, Burnsville and Hampton were damaged in metro to the south, and a barn damaged by large winds in a rural area northwest of Albert Lea.


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