Severe Hail by State

Hail
Number of Severe Hail Days in the US: 2017-2019 Average (January 1 - June 30)

Source: c2020 Verisk. Average number of hail days from the first two quarters of 2017 – 2019, as compared to the first two quarters of 2020. Verisk Weather Solutions.

Severe Hail by State

Verisk’s Weather Solutions provide analysis of hail activity and other perils. A severe hail day is defined as a day when hail greater than or equal to 1 inch in diameter impacted a portion of the state. The hail data in the analysis was derived using radar data from the National Weather Service radar network and calculated using Verisk’s proprietary algorithms to determine the hail size that impacted the surface.