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Softball Hail in Akron, OH

Severe Storms of Friday, June 8, 2007

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     A strong cold front was forecast to move through at a prime time during the afternoon hours of Friday, June 8. Temperatures ahead of the front soared to near 90 and dew points were reaching muggy levels in the middle 60s. The following is the surface analysis from 200 PM EDT.

analyzed surface chart

     The most impressive storm of the day happened in Summit county. There were numerous reports of tennis ball sized hail and even one report of softball sized hail! The following two radar animations focus on the Summit Co. storm as it moved across northern Ohio and Summit county.

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