<-- Golf Ball sized hail; picture from the Mid-June hail
storm in Centennial.
The bigger the hail, the faster it falls,
the worse off us ground dwellers and our property will fare.
"Terminal velocity of hail, or the speed at which hail is
falling when it strikes the ground, varies. It is estimated that a
hailstone of ... 0.39 in in diameter falls at a rate of ... 20 mph, while
stones the size of ... 3.1 in in diameter fall at a rate of ... 110 mph." (2018).