|In a photo by pilot Daryl Frank, a streak of hail|
is left behind by a thunderstorm in Alberta
But I found an even more spectacular photo on TVNweather.com,'s Facebook page, showing an aerial view of farmland in Alberta, Canada after a hailstorm.
The photo was apparently take by a Catp. Daryl Frank of Jazz Aviation. The path of the hail streak resembles that left by a tornado. But instead of wind destruction, you get this bizarre streak of white in otherwise green agricultural lands.
(Click on the photo to make it bigger and get a better view)
But I imagine the crops under all that hail didn't fare too well. That hail had to be intense to leave an accumulation like that.
Here's a video of what the hail storm looked like while it was in progress. Yikes!