Hail piled up on some west Omaha roads Tuesday night as if a snowstorm had hit town.
132nd Street from Dodge past Pacific had drifts of hail in the road. None of its seemed to be melting very fast.
The hail stones were golf ball sized in some neighborhoods.
Hundreds of parents could hear the hail smashing into Burke High School as they listened to a band concert. It was loud enough -- the principal told the crowd about it.
"It was so loud -- we wondered what the heck it was," said Carol Wilson, who walked out of the concert to see hail all over her car in the parking lot.
No doubt, once Wednesday's daylight arrives, people may be able to see how much damage the hail caused to their roofs and vehicles.
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