VIDEO, PICS: Hail storm pelts Central Florida

Quarter-sized hail makes Florida look

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – As storms pushed through Central Florida on Wednesday, a day after nearly a dozen tornado warnings swept through several counties, hail rained down in Longwood, New Smyrna Beach, Wekiva Springs and Lake Mary.

The hail storm came as Orange, Brevard, Volusia, Seminole and Osceola counties were under a severe thunder storm warning.

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Multiple videos and photos captured by News 6 viewers -- show pieces of hail, larger than a quarter, bombarding residents throughout the area.

In Longwood, a viewer snapped a picture of the giant pieces of frozen rain in the palm of her hand, with a quarter to better reference the size.

Large hail falling in Longwood Wednesday evening. (Copyright 2022 by WKMG ClickOrlando - All rights reserved.)

Viewer Kathy Weaver appeared to be collecting the giant lobs of golf ball-sized hail on her porch bannister.

Hail fell in Longwood Wednesday night. (Kathy Weaver)

Weaver displayed the big chunks of frozen ice she found.

Hail fell in Longwood on Wednesday. (Kathy Weaver)

This News 6 viewer captured people covering their heads as they try to duck around an outdoor seating area, hoping to avoid the lobs of hail hammering the sidewalk in New Smyrna Beach.

Video shows another viewer, Sean Ranieri, watch on as his driveway as his car was pelted by hail at his New Smyrna Beach home.

Another New Smyrna Beach resident noticed her yard was covered in white specks.

The hail is covering backyards throughout New Smyrna Beach. (Copyright 2022 by WKMG ClickOrlando - All rights reserved.)

As for Lake Mary residents, they’re bringing a new meaning to the term “Hail Mary.” In that area, they got hit with hail 2 to 3 inches in size. At least, that’s what this picture captured by Chris Pierce shows.

Lake Mary resident Chris Pierce captures hail measuring at least two to three inches. (Chris Pierce)

No injuries or widespread damage was reported.