Saturday’s Rare Hailstorm Compares To March 1992 Hailstorm In Orlando

By  //  March 28, 2016

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hail accumulated up to a foot in some areas

Hailstorms are a rare event in Central Florida and what happened in Poinciana (Osceola County) on March 26 draws comparisons to the March 1992 hailstorm over metro Orlando. (National Weather Service image)

Hailstorms are a rare event in Central Florida and what happened in Poinciana (Osceola County) on March 26 draws comparisons to the March 1992 hailstorm over metro Orlando. (National Weather Service image)

Hailstorms are a rare event in Central Florida and what happened in Poinciana (Osceola County) on March 26 draws comparisons to the March 1992 hailstorm over metro Orlando.

On March 6 back in 1992, parts of east central Florida were covered in hail.

The hail accumulated up to a foot in some areas.

Were you around for this event? If so, the national weather service invites you to share any memories and/or pics you may have on their Facebook page.

The National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office in Melbourne, Florida forecasts for 10 counties in East Central Florida: Brevard, Indian River, Lake, Martin, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Saint Lucie, Seminole, and Volusia.

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