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April Hail Storms

HAIL POUNDS NORTH TEXAS

Grand Prairie
Waxacahie
Dallas
Fort Worth
Mid Cities
Trophy Club
North Richland Hills
Carrolton
Denton
Hillsboro
Itasca
Covington
Plano
Farmers Branch
Mineral Wells
Millsap
Cool
Garner
Brock
Dennis
Lipan
Granbury
Cresson
Burlesson
Cleburne
White Settlement
Arlington
Cedar Hill
These are some of the areas damaged by hail recently. Your area may not be listed, but if you had hail, you might have hail damage as well! Call KNH Roofing to get a FREE Roof Inspection Today! We will walk on your roof looking for definite and obvious damage (not eye-balling). There is no cost of this inspection whether we can find any clear damage or not.  We welcome you to be there as we place our ladders on the side of your home or business and walk up and walk around (sorry, donâ??t walk on roof with us- far to dangerous). We will be armed with cameras and great knowledge of what to look for.

 

 
 
 

A severe line of thunderstorms extending 100 miles pounded portions of north central Texas this week producing hail as large as tennis balls. The line extended from Denton to Hillsboro.

The communities of Itasca and Covington located north of Hillsboro were hit with tennis ball size hail. Residents reported damage to homes and automobiles. Golf ball size hail was reported in cities along Interstate 35 W from Denton County to Hill County.

The heaviest thunderstorms this year occurred on April 10, when four tornadoes and hailstorms struck north, south and east of the DFW area. The April 10 storm caused $100 million in insured losses. A second round of storms occurred April 14, with multiple reports of golf ball size hail falling in suburbs north of Dallas and Fort Worth.

All three storm systems have been responsible for nearly 300 tornadoes that have resulted in dozens of fatalities and property damage in 14 states.

“We donâ??t want the violent weather, but the entire state is in dire need of a good rain to not only end our drought-like conditions, but to bring a halt to the wildfires that continue to ravage our state,” said Mark Hanna, a spokesman for the Insurance Council of Texas.

Source: The Insurance Council of Texas