Weaponized sky drops 4.7 inches hail on Kansas

It’s when such huge hail falls from the sky…

That you think about weather war.

giant hailstones kansas, Gigantic hail up to 11 cm (4.7 inches) in diameter fell in Kiowa, Kansas on June 15 2017
Gigantic hail up to 11 cm (4.7 inches) in diameter fell in Kiowa, Kansas on June 15 2017. via VK.com
giant hailstones kansas, Gigantic hail up to 11 cm (4.7 inches) in diameter fell in Kiowa, Kansas on June 15 2017
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giant hailstones kansas, Gigantic hail up to 11 cm (4.7 inches) in diameter fell in Kiowa, Kansas on June 15 2017
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giant hailstones kansas, Gigantic hail up to 11 cm (4.7 inches) in diameter fell in Kiowa, Kansas on June 15 2017
via VK.com
giant hailstones kansas, Gigantic hail up to 11 cm (4.7 inches) in diameter fell in Kiowa, Kansas on June 15 2017
via VK.com

Now look at this weaponized sky over Kansas before and during the storms:

mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017, weaponized clouds kansas june 15 2017
mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017. via VK.com
mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017, weaponized clouds kansas june 15 2017
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mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017, weaponized clouds kansas june 15 2017
via VK.com
mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017, weaponized clouds kansas june 15 2017
via VK.com
mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017, weaponized clouds kansas june 15 2017
via VK.com
mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017, weaponized clouds kansas june 15 2017
via VK.com
mammatus clouds Kansa June 15 2017, weaponized clouds kansas june 15 2017
via VK.com

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Cool article as far as the hail goes…but a FIRST YEAR meteorology student could tell you that they sky need not be “weaponized” (whatever THAT means to the tinfoil beanie crowd) in order to produce such weather. There have been showers of giant hailstones since before there were airplanes to “seed” the sky…or whatever conspiracy theorists call it. I’m just saying that there need not ALWAYS be some nefarious cause behind a relatively common weather event.

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