The Largest Piece of Hail in Texas History Was Used to Make Margaritas

We Texans know how to respond to bad weather: with a smile and alcohol. On April 28 of this year, there was a hailstorm outside of San Antonio. The National Weather Service has confirmed that this hailstone, which measures 6.4 inches across, is officially the largest hailstone in Texas history.

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That’s officially the largest hailstone.

But it’s probably not the biggest. Residents of the town of Hondo claim to have found a hailstone from the same storm measuring 6.57 inches across. They could have waited for the National Weather Service to measure and verify their claim. But, the San Antonio Express-News reports, the owners broke up the ice to make margaritas.

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Source: neatorama

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