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The combination of gravity & a downward wind known as a downburst can propel a hailstone at speeds upwards of 90 mph.
The largest hailstone ever recorded fell in Aberdeen, SD on July 23, 2010. It was 8 inches in diameter and weighed nearly 2 lbs.
There are approximately 3,000 hailstorms annually in the United States, resulting in average insured losses of $1.6 billion.
Metal panels should be installed over continuous decking and one of the acceptable sealed deck water underlayment options. Installing over existing roofing material increases the potential of damage from hail.
Is your roof fortified? www.disastersafety.org
Hail activity map www.flickr.com
IBHS Hailstorm Demonstration Highlights Video! vimeo.com
Roof damage is a common consequence of hailstorms. Following a strong storm, you should evaluate the condition of your roof to identify any damage and prevent further deterioration.