Why the Midwest Is Getting Hit With Some Janky-Shaped Hail | WIRED

The midwestern US has been getting ripped up by a massive supercell storm this week, which will continue traveling east throughout the weekend. So far, the weather system has left behind quite an impression in the form of strangely shaped hailstones—some bloated and see-through, some covered in misshapen lumps, some that look like frozen sea anemones, and others more reminiscent of marble mushroom caps.

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