Missouri & Kansas Recover From 'Gorilla Hail' Overnight Attack

Actually, in Kansas City . . . The moderate rain and hail was slightly less impressive than the doomsday basketball meteors falling from the sky that were predicted . . . Still, per ushe, some parts of the metro did take a beating and typical Springtime severe weather threats persist tonight . . . Check-it:

"Senior meteorologist at AccuWeather, previously said the predicted hail was deemed “gorilla hail” because it had the potential to be so big.

"While the hail threat lessens Thursday, meteorologists said heavy rain and high winds were still possible from northeastern Texas through central Missouri.

"The biggest threat on Friday is for torrential rain — perhaps up to 4 inches (10 centimeters) in some spots — in a line from central Louisiana up through central Arkansas."

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Storm carrying massive 'gorilla hail' hits parts of Kansas and Missouri

Massive chunks of hail pelted parts of Kansas and Missouri on Wednesday night, bringing traffic to a standstill along Interstate 70, as storms unleashed possible tornadoes and meteorologists urged residents to stay indoors.

Supercell Produces Large Hail, Tornado In Rural Kansas - Videos from The Weather Channel

A tornado accompanied by large hail wreaked havoc on eastern Kansas near the town of Alta Vista. - Videos from The Weather Channel | weather.com

Baseball-sized hail pelts Kansas City-area Wednesday night

The greater Kansas City area is included in a tornado watch through 1 a.m. Thursday, March 14, 2024.

'It was kind of insane': Shawnee resident talks about massive hail that fell in area

Some of the largest hail was experienced in Johnson and Wyandotte counties on the Kansas side of the metro.

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