NSW Farmers Breathe Easy After Hail Falls ‘Softly’ On Best Crops In Years

In the past three years, Tullamore has received very little rainfall, but recent showers have given Mr Fitzgerald a reason for cautious optimism that the end of the prolonged drought could just be around the corner.

Video: Preparing Your Farm And Crop For A Hailstorm!

For most Australian farmers today, the sight of hail brings about worry especially during the warmer months when thunderstorms are prevalent, yet majority of them make no effort to include hail in their farm risk management plans.

Queensland Researcher Reveals Hailstorm Hotspots

Hailstorms are a natural phenomenon that continues to wreak havoc in most parts of Australia. Damage caused by hailstorms causes a lot of distress to households and businesses alike as it directly impacts their properties and financial status.

How Does Hail Damage A Roof? Here Is A Roof Inspection Checklist!

Well, the subtle signs of a hail-damaged roof such as broken corners on clay roof tiles or shingle granules within the roof gutters can go unnoticed. Then the subtle signs worsen with time, resulting in costly roof leakages needing repairs or urgent roof replacement.

Here Are 9 Hard Hitting Facts You Need To Know About Hail

When driving through a hailstorm, some people are fond of sheltering under a bridge, but that’s really a bad idea unless that’s the only option.

So, Do You Know How Severe Hailstorms Can Really Be?

The storms, which are unpredictable and happen anywhere, anytime of the year but common in September through to March, sometimes generate huge hailstones that cause extensive damage to property, leaving it in need of costly repairs.

Step By Step: How Can You Prepare Your Farm For A Hailstorm!

For most Australian farmers today, the sight of hail brings about worry especially during the warmer months when thunderstorms are prevalent, yet majority of them make no effort to include hail in their farm risk management plans.

The Basics About Hail, Everything You Need To Know!

Most hailstorms come with mixed up sizes but only the large-sized hailstones pose higher risk to property, people, crops and animals in the open

Video: Hail Is A Threat to Property and People

A golf ball sized hailstone falls at a speed that is comparable to the same baseball being thrown from a league pitcher at nearly 100mph, according to the National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL).

Hailstorm Aftermath: Widespread Damage To Central QLD Revealed

Insurance claims are coming in fast after the monstrous hailstorm that pelted through Central Queensland on Sunday, with the State Emergency Services (SES) warning that the damage could take months to repair.