If it's not floodwater, it's hail damage that Houstonians are now dealing with after severe thunderstorms pummel Southeast Texas this month. Along with several inches of flooding, the El Dorado area just northeast of the East Loop 610 and East Freeway were hit with baseball-sized hail that peppered plastic sheeting like giant buckshot. Several
properties windows were shattered and even some ceilings reported to have caved in.
Texas has had 36 $100 million disasters from severe thunderstorms in the past 25 years. Only five of these disasters were tornadoes. Twenty-nine were from something that oftentimes isn't taken as seriously: hail. Texas hailstorms have done more economic damage than the 500 most expensive Texas tornadoes. It's easy to forget how costly hail can be. But if you have ever had a shopping cart ding your car door, only to be presented with an $800 bill - it doesn't take much imagination to understand how those pockmarks add up fast. A single springtime storm can total tens of thousands of cars and never trigger a tornado warning.
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