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English: During the late afternoon and early evening of April 3, 2004, this supercell thunderstorm dropped 2 inch-diameter hail over Chaparral, N.M. causing widespread damage.
Français : Orage supercellulaire en fin d'après midi du 3 avril 2004. Chute de grêlons de 5 cm de diamètre sur Chaparral, Nouveau Mexique. Dégâts importants
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Author Greg Lundeen
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