How scary is this?

Watch as baseball-size hail penetrates the roof of a Walmart store while customers seek cover in the store.

This video was shot from a Walmart store in Norman, Oklahoma last week. The large pieces of ice broke through the skylight sections of the roof and fell to the floor below.

As you may expect, there was severe damage to the building, but no reports of any major injuries.

It is that time of the year when we see severe storms in our area, stay alert and always be prepared to seek shelter as storms approach your area.

The last thing you want is for you or your family to ever get caught in a hail storm like what you see below.

 

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