Intense hailstorm in Plomin, Istra, NW Croatia yesterday, July 26, 2017
The town of Plomin in Istra, NW Croatia was hit by an unusually long-lived and virtually stationary hailstorm, which covered the area in a thick blanket of hail. Roads needed to ploughed and the hail blanket was even visible from the air!
The storm initiated in the early afternoon (13:20 local) and persisted virtually stationary for an hour!Isolated stationary thunderstorm over Plomin, Istra, Croatia as scanned by ARSO SIRAD radar.Getting the car out of the huge hail ‘drift’, in Plomin. Photo: Elena Lakoseljac / Istramet.Photo: Sara Štemberga Mujić / Istramet.Photo: Josip Bepo Silić.Photo: Sandi Švić.Photo: Antonio Ošee Franković / Istramet.
Photo: Neurje.si.Incredible view of the hail blanket around Plomin from the air. Photo: Tomislav Vurusic / Istramet.Photo: Vojvodina Meteo.
Check out also the ‘super hailstorm’ in Girona, Spain on July 30!