What is the Meaning & Definition of hail

Hail is a very unusual climate phenomenon on our planet, is frozen water that plunges from the clouds to the surface with a format of ball, similar to the ice that we freeze in fridges or freezers, and usually have a measure ranging between 5 50 mm in diameter, however, there have been cases which considerably exceeded this average. Worth mentioning is that hail is a phenomenon that accompanies the rains and storms, i.e. There is no hail falling but there are rains. Meanwhile, hail has its origin within the so-called cumulonimbus are clouds of enormous size vertically and which are made up of a tremendous mass of warm, moist air. then, high winds that add to this cloud are those that generate the cooling and the subsequent fall of hail.
Strength featuring hail and also the virulence with which it tends to precipitate tend to cause severe damage to fall on particularly sensitive surfaces such as for example cars, which tend to be very damaged by the fall of hail and not to mention also if you are balls of frozen ice fall on the humanity of the people, also can cause physical damage.
Case is that in the popular language is usually called hail stone and it is common to hear say that stone fell.
Other use that is attributed to the term, although less common, allows you to designate that thick cloud that forms in the eyes to some elderly, usually.
But as already noted storms bring hail develops the length and breadth of the planet, they tend to be most common in areas with tropical climates. Damage that tend to trigger this type of accompanied by hail storms are even, as we have already said very serious.
Fortunately technology has developed equipment such as radars and satellites that allow to anticipate the fall of hail and then it is possible to alert the public of this contingency and avoid collateral damage.
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