A hailstorm with unusually-big stones hit the Sandu County in Guizhou in Southwest China on Sunday (March 20). The hailstorm was caused by the convergence of a cold and a warm fronts. Hailstones were unusually big. The biggest stones measured 3.8 centimeters in diameter.
The hailstorm lasted for a quarter of an hour. A local resident, Mr. Wei, said: “I have never seen such big hailstones in my life.” Local authorities are estimating losses caused by the hailstorm. There was no report about casualties. READ MORE