As temperatures begin to rise, Fort Collins' residents must prepare for Hail season. Here's how!


By Andy Alvarez - June 3, 2020

 

The Hail Capital

Kansas is the Hail State, but the Colorado Front Range is usually called the Hail Capitol because the Colorado Springs to Denver metro area gets more severe hail events than anywhere else in the country with an average of 13 per year.

Hail falls faster and hits harder in Colorado compared to lower elevations. A one-inch hailstone that hits the ground at 50 mph at sea level, hits at 54 mph in Denver. That can potentially lead to greater damage in the Mile High City.



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Everything you need to know about hail in Colorado
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