A huge hail hit the eastern part of Queensland, damaging homes and cars in Rockhampton, Yeppoon and other cities in the area.
The huge hailstones had diameters between 8-10 cm (3-4 inches).
Giant hailstones wreaked havoc across parts of central Queensland when a storm cell passed through the region on Sunday afternoon.
With wind gusts in excess of 100 kilometres per hour, that unusual storm turned biblical when tennis ball, maybe even softball-size hailstones started hammering the region.
The spread of the storm itself was quite isolated and very focused.
An official even said he has not seen a storm like it in about 10 years.
Hail in Rockhampton this arvo… pic.twitter.com/QXyHdmid0M— TUPPERWAVE (@TUPPERWAVEMUSIC) April 19, 2020
The brutal storm destroyed windscreens, windows, solar panels and smashed cars and roofs.
A local farmer even reported fruits trees being felled and solar panels on a packing shed smashed.
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