Guadalajara, a city of Mexico is experiencing a bizarre hailstorm. The city grounds are covered with six feet thick layer of ice. It is a very unusual behavior for this time of the year.
The Mexican city is experiencing a significant loss due to the hailstorm. The homes, as well as vehicles belonging to people, are damaged. Fortunately, there has been no loss of life.
It has been reportedly clarified by the governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro that no human has been hurt. He assures the streets will be clean very soon.
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The vehicles in the city appear completely buried in the streets of Guadalajara which is in the state of Jalisco. The houses of the city are immensely damaged as well.
The very populated city of Mexico called Guadalajara was witnessing a temperature that was about eighty-eight degrees Fahrenheit, just a few days ago.
Summer Hailstorm: The damage
It has been reported that approximately two hundred houses are damaged and dozens of automobiles are damaged as well. The streets of the city were flooded with hail and people were rescued from the roofs of their vehicles. The city also witnessed fallen trees in the middle of the streets.
The Reason behind this unusual storm
Jeff Berardelli, A News meteorologist at CBS called this hailstorm one of a kind. He clarified the reason behind the storm. It was because of a cloud loo with was revealed via satellites. It was also clarified that the hailstorm was a result of warm and moist air that was rising up in the air. This air was apparently rapidly cooling down due to which led to the formation of ice.
The city has experienced a number of weather conditions but this one seems to be the heaviest storm of all. The storm is hard to believe in because no one has seen anything of this sort offer before. It’s a summer city and five to six feet of hail on the streets is not very believable.
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