Did you know that a freak hail storm hit Washington, D. C. April 29, 1938? See cool pics

A freak hail storm hit the Nation’s Capitol. Washington, D.C. on April 29, 1938. The rain storm, brought down pellets of hail as large as moth balls. The hail pellets pierced cloth auto tops as if they were made of paper-mache.

Freak hail storm hit capital Washington D.C Rep. Boland. (Library of Congress)Rep. Patrick Boland of Pa., House whip, inspected the  hail storm  (Harris & Ewing, photographer April 29, 1938)

Freak hail storm hit capital Washington D.C. (Library of Congress)Pat Boland of Pennsylvania, House Whip, is pictured as he dodged the hail stones on Capitol Hill. (Harris & Ewing, photographer April 29, 1938)

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