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Hail Pelts Lakes Region Sunday Evening

A round of storms moving through the Lakes Region Sunday night drops large hail in areas of Stone and Taney Counties.

According to information collected by the National Weather Service office in Springfield, posts a broadcast report of around 3/4-inch hail around the Reeds Spring area at 8:45. 

The other hail reports came in around a second storm that passed through the region around 10:00 which included the public reporting up to 1 and 3/4-inch hail in areas north of Blue Eye. Smaller size hail reports were posted from areas around the Table Rock Dam and one by a trained spotter in Branson.

Similar reports of hail were posted from areas to the Northeast of Branson in Douglas County.  

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