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June 11, 20130 found this helpful

Here is a video that pretty much says the same thing as the other posters said. It is amazing how powerful the updrafts in a cloud have to be to send up hail that has become large. Once it has become too large to be pushed upwards in the updraft winds it falls to the ground. It initially freezes in the first updraft when a drop of water goes up into the cooler temperatures up high, freezes, falls down and gets another coating of water, gets pushed up by the updraft, and then refreezes and the whole thing repeats itself until gravite intervenes and plunges the hail down to earth, hopefully away from any nearby people.

http://www.ehow … _hail-form_.html

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