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Weather Diary  16 June 1882 Frog in a hailstone - really!Still image:
Size: 3865 x 2174
Acquisition: Graphic, Scanned illustration
Frame rate: still
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Location: Iowa
License: Royalty Free
Usage: Creative and Editorial
Point of view: Other
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Keywords:   Hail failing, Hail damage, Thunderstorm, Daily weather diary, Severe Weather, June Weather Events
Asset ID: 5464
Title: Weather Diary 16 June 1882
Concept: Frog in a hailstone - really!
Detail: There was quite a hailstorm in the Dubuque, IA area! Some of the hard stones were unusually large, weighing close to 1.75 pounds and measuring 17 inches in circumference. If verified, these would be among the largest hailstones ever recorded. The quantity of hailstones was also impressive, in one greenhouse alone breaking 2,387 panes of glass. However, the most peculiar stone of all had a living frog imprisoned in its center! Storms which have "ribits" mixed in with their rumbles of thunder probably also have a nearby tornado which crosses a pond. Various forms of marine life are swirled high into the clouds, where they serve as hailstone "nuclei." They are then encapsulated within hailstones which subsequently fall to the ground.

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