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Geology
Course Code
GEOL 2207
Professor
J.Finnis

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Hail - Irregularly shaped balls of ice - Most are small, but can be large like baseballs/grapefruits - Large hailstones damage crops, break windshields, dent metalwork, cause injury - Can cause aircraft to crash Normal precipitation forms when.. - Small ice crystals near the top of the thunderstorm fall in the downdraft regions into warmer air, where they melt and continue as rain - Larger raindrops => deeper clouds - Smaller droplets => thinner nimbrostratus clouds Hail forms when… - Small
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