SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The National Weather Service announced today a hailstone produced by thunderstorms in Hondo in April is a state record-setter.
NWS officials said a State Climate Extremes Committee meeting convened on May 12 and the committee determined the 1.26 lb. hailstone set a record as the largest documented hailstone in Texas and set the inaugural record for the state in four metrics.
According to a report, the hailstone was 19.73 inches in circumference, 6.416 inches in diameter and had a volume of 40.239 cubic inches. You can read the full report here.