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Watch: Huge Hailstorm Hits Australian City

Fast-moving "supercell storm" strikes Brisbane
Related: Wild Weather

An intense and fast-moving "supercell storm" brought hail the size of tennis balls to Brisbane, Australia, on Saturday. Roofs were damaged by hail that measured as much as 10 centimeters (3.9 inches) around, the Brisbane Times reported. YouTube user Flinn McKenzie was one of many people who documented the storm's violence.

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I'm trying to imagine what state of mindset it takes to laugh as nature's catastrophe destroys peoples' property... and possibly worse. It appears as though you likely have the means to quickly replace stuff that was damaged. Is it that simple? As for me, as I watched the same scene via your video, I was near tears as I realized the extent of damage likely done to a large area. I haven't read any reports yet... just this one post... but, I imagine there are many people out there who aren't laughing with you.

November 18 2012 at 1:54 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Global warming weather extremes, anybody? Oh, that's right .... there's no global warming according to those on the other side of the aisle who don't believe in Science.

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